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About the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award
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2011 Entry Portal | The Sunday Times Short Story Awards
Submissions for the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Awards 2018 are now finalized. Endowed with 30,000 euros, the price is an internationally recognized distinction that was launched in 2010 and is open to any story with up to 6,000 words in English. Another five writers who are short-listed for the awards will each be awarded £1,000.
It is managed by the Society of Authors. Closing date for applications was Monday, October 2, 2017, 6 pm (GMT).
2011 Short List - The Sunday Times Short Story Awards
US authors have spoken on the six-person short list for the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award 2018, which is made up of five female and one female playwright. Of the six short-listed tales, three have already been released in The New Yorker. Allegra Goodman is an US playwright located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
She has written three books for Atlantic Books in the UK. She has also written'Paradise Park' and'Kaaterskill Falls' (finalist of the 1996 National Book Award). She has written in The New York Times Book Review, The Wall Street Journal, The New Republic, The Boston Globe et The American Scholar.
Born in Honolulu, she educated in English and Harvard University, earned her doctorate in English literary studies at Stanford and won a Whiting Writer's Award (1991), the Salon Award for Film ("1997") and a scholarship from the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (2006-2007). Their texts were published in The Paris Review, Harper's and The New Yorker; It Choses You was their first non-fiction work.
Grew up in Berkeley, California, lived in Los Angeles in July. Edgar and Lucy' (Head of Zeus UK, St. Martin's Press US) and'Mathilda Savitch' (2009), which was acclaimed by the New York Times as'a salingeresque wonder of a first novel'. It was nominated for the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award 2017.
He has made short films and written articles in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Granta and Best American Short Stories. Looking for a lost brother", was released in 2011. Their new novel'When is Like Water' was released by Penguin Ireland in 2017 and'Straying' by Scribner in the USA in 2018.
Their work has been published in the Irish Times, Dublin Review, Guardian, Los Angeles Review of Books and elsewhere. Currently living in Washington, DC, she recently judged the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. Sittenfeld is the best-selling writer of five novels:'Prep','The Man of My Dreams','American Wife','Sisterland' and'Eligible'.
The New York Times, Time, Entertainment Weekly and Peoples have chosen her works for their "Ten Best Boooks of the Year" list, chosen them for TV and cinema and translated them into 25 different language versions. She has published short storytelling in The New Yorker, The Washington Post and Esquire, and non-fiction in The New York Times, Time, Vanity Fair, The Atlantic and Slate.
She is a Stanford University and Iowa Writers' Workshop alumnus, is currently living in the Midwest, has two kids and is currently living in the US. Currently, she leads the Drew University in New Jersey's Credit Writing Program and currently resides with her extended team in Brooklyn, New York.