Anyone for £5,000?
The only problem is, to get it you have to win The Willesden Herald International Short Story Prize 2008
Judged by Zadie Smith
Go on, you know you want to!
And here's all the gubbins you need to get your entry sorted out:
Closing date for receipt of entries: 21 December 2007.
The competition is open to all aged 18 or over, regardless of nationality or country of residence.
The prizes for 2008 are: 1st place £5000. For nine runners up, publication* of their short-listed stories in the anthology “New Short Stories 2” together with the winner. In addition, up to four commended entries may be announced, which will be eligible for inclusion* in the anthology.
Entry is free.
Entries must be in English, and accompanied by the official entry form.
There will be a prizegiving ceremony at The Space, London NW10 early in 2008.
There is no theme and no word limit other than the highly variable attention span of our short-listing team.
Full rules, entry form and address for entries:
* Update (29th of October): Inclusion in the anthology is optional for runners-up and commended. We understand that you may want to save your story's unpublished status. This is now the same as in previous years.
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