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WRITERS’ NEWS

Your essential monthly round-up of competitions, paying markets, opportunities to get into print and publishing industry news.

Rewarding exceptional literary talent

Run in memory of the literary agent, the Deborah Rogers Foundation Award offers £10,000 to a debut prose writer whose submission displays outstanding literary talent. Work may be fiction or non-fiction.

The Award is open to writers from the British Commonwealth or Eire who have not previously published or self published a fulllength book of prose (they may already have published a poetry collection). Submitting writers may be agented or unagented, but should not be under contract to a publisher for any work. Submissions may be writing for adult, YA or child readers. Writers may submit one work only. Writers who have previously submitted to the Deborah Rogers Foundation Award may submit for the 2018 Award with a different work from the one that was previously submitted.

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