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Big prize for BAME women

The SI Leeds Literary Prize for unpublished fiction by Black and Asian writers is open for entries. The biennial prize, which was created by Soroptimist International Leeds and run in association with Peepal Tree Press and Ilkley Literature Festival, offers £3,000 to the winner, plus a place on an Arvon course and manuscript assessment through The Literary Consultancy. The runner up will receive £1,250 and the third-placed writer, £750. In addition, non-placed shortlisted entrants may be offered writer development and networking opportunities.

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