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Look north

The Northern Writers’ Awards from New Writing North are open for entries for the 2018 awards.

The awards, worth a total of £40,000, support works in progress by new, emerging and established writers from the North of England (defined as the areas covered by Arts Council England in Yorkshire, North East and North West. The awards are in the following categories:

Northern Writers’ Awards for Fiction and Narrative Non-Fiction: £500 to £5,000 to support emerging and established writers to complete works in progress and develop manuscripts. Submissions may be fiction in any genre, including novels, novellas and collections of short stories, or narrative non-fiction with stylistic and structural similarities to fiction. Prose writers are not eligible to submit if the work is currently part of a book deal. Submit 3,000- 6,000 words of an original, unpublished prose extract or up to three short stories of up to 2,000 words each. Include a synopsis.

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