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The London Short Story Prize - Spread the World
This yearly London Short Story Award aims to identify, publicize and promote the best short story tellers and writer from the city. This is the 6th time the prize has been awarded. Judge of the year 2018 are the following authors: Guy Gunaratne, Clare Fisher and Frahlingin Sarah Such. I' ll give the winnin' 1,000 pounds and a meet with an operative.
Other prices are places for Spread the Word classes and London writer's network memberships. In addition, the winners, critically acclaimed and short-listed authors will publish their short story in the London Short Story Anthology 2018, which Kingston University Press produces and publishes in April 2019. Entrance fee is £8 per story (up to 5,000 words).
We also offer 50 free posts for low-income authors. For more information, see the pricing policies and regulations outlined here. Closing date for applications is Monday, 17 September 2018, 17.00. Born in northwest London, Guy Gunaratne has worked as a design, feature film and media journalism specialist in post-conflict areas around the globe and co-founded two technological businesses.
Fisher was borne in 1987 in Tooting, London, St-London. Their first novel All the Good Things was released by Penguin in 2017. June 2018 saw the release of her first short story compilation, How the Gets In, at Influx Press. She is a literature agency and foundress of the Sarah Such Literature Agency, a London-based freelance agency that represents a broad spectrum of literature and nonfiction, YA and children's books.
Previously she was named Literary Agent of the Year three time at the British Book Awards, 2017, 2014, 2013, and previously served in various executive positions in publications, among others as PR Manager at Penguin Books UK, Editor at Hodder & Stoughton and Publishers at Duckworth. "I look forward to evaluating Spread The Word's London Short Story Prize 2018.
There is a great short story that tries the unimaginable. With Spread the Word's messages and chances, something must be found that forces the readers, nurtures them and makes a permanent impressio.