Saturday, November 1, 2014
First Prize: £1,000 cash; e-publication of the work; a critique of the work by leading literary agent at WME, Cathryn Summerhayes, as well as lunch with her in London and a weekend stay at Gladstone’s Library, Flintshire. Second Prize: A week-long residential course at Tŷ Newydd Writers’ Centre in Gwynedd. Both winners with also receive a year’s subscription to New Welsh Review.
Presented by New Welsh Review in association with WWF Cymru and the CADCentre, we are looking for a brand new works of non-fiction between 8,000 and 30,000 words on the theme of nature and the environment. The closing date is 1 November 2014 and the judges are New Welsh Review Editor Gwen Davies and the environmental activist and award-winning author Mark Cocker. Entry is open to those over 18 years of age, and residents of the UK & Ireland, and also those residing worldwide who have been educated wholly or partially in Wales for a minimum of six months. All work must be the sole, original, unpublished work of the entrant.
For more information regarding the competition, and full terms and conditions, visit www.newwelshwritingawards.com or contact [email protected] You can also find out more by using the hashtags #newwelshawards and #welshwish. For information for this listing, please contact [email protected]