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Northern pride

Now open for entry, the 2016 Northern Writers Awards from new Writing North offer a total of £40,000 in funding for emerging writers from the North of England.

Claire Malcolm, chief executive of New Writing North said: ‘The Northern Writers’ Awards are our primary means of identifying writers of exceptional talent, whose work we feel we can support towards publication or broadcast. As such, they are right at the heart of our work. It’s always incredibly exciting to open up the awards each year, not knowing whose work we are going to come across, often for the first time. We know now that winning an award can have a real impact on a writer’s career, and it means a huge amount to us to be able to support writers across the North of England in this way.’

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