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Big thanks to Robert Maslen of @Uof Glasgow and @Uof GFantasy for joining us (and on a weekend too! Episode to follow very soon, so keep eyes and ears peeled...#itsamystery pic.twitter.com/J8Wbe72J6z New food & drink writers!
The 2020 @JGrigson Trust Award for is now open for submissions from writers who are writing a #nonfiction book about food or drink for the first time. Be sure to read the rules of entry - uk/the-award/ pic.twitter.com/Wqam D384Ku Join us 5.30 24th Sept for our 2019-20 inaugural event with Kirsty Logan, Juana Adcock & Martin Cathcart Froden, Free All Welcome @jennivora @kirstylogan @MCathcart Froden Register uk/e/inaugural-ev…
@uofgartsalumni @Uof GArts @Uof GCrit Studies @Scottish Writers @By Leaves We Live pic.twitter.com/qu Ksudc Hkr Today @johnbyrneaward announced that they will be opening their award up to everyone over 16!
The line-up is yet to be announced, but previous festivals have welcomed internationally acclaimed authors such as Aminatta Forna, Rachel Cusk and William Dalrymple, as well as veteran journalists Tina Brown, Paul Conroy, Razia Iqbal, Allan Little, Lyse Doucet and Jim Naughtie.
Entries should be 1,000 words or less, written in English and submitted by midnight (GMT) 14th of June. Please note that travel and accommodation costs for prize winners attending the festival are not currently covered.
@uofgartsalumni @Uof GArts @Uof GCrit Studies @Scottish Writers @By Leaves We Live pic.twitter.com/qu Ksudc Hkr I’m honoured to be judging the @magmapoetry competition this year. We would be interested in reading your poetry and prose that adheres to the theme "Fairy Tale". thewriterscafemagazine.wordpress.com/2019/09/02/the… Poetry & prose, on any subject, in any genre—submission is free & successful contributors are paid. @johnbyrneaward now accepts entries from everybody over 16 living or studying in Scotland.
There's now a £7500 annual prize, alongside the usual £250 monthly prize (which is actually £500 this month, since they're celebrating!
As the theme Creative Peace is quite broad, we have included a few ideas about how this could be interpreted: A broad range of non-fiction and fiction writing is encouraged, including feature journalism and academic writing, plays, story-telling and poetry, as well as, art pieces and photojournalism with a commentary.
The prize for the winner is two full weekend tickets to Beyond Borders International Festival 2019, where, alongside the other finalists, they’ll be led in a tailored creative writing workshop with acclaimed author and journalist, Jean Rafferty from Dove Tales!
This may be a poem or short story featuring a dynamic leading figure in peace activism or non-violent movements, or a unique personal story of conflict and resolution.
Alternatively, we are also interest to read reports or journalism inspired by community peacebuilding or non-violent activism, academic essays on dynamic peace processes throughout history, or anything else inspired by the theme Creative Peace!