This award is for a single unpublished short story of up to 1500 words. This opportunity is open to new, emerging and established writers.
The winner of the Finchale Award for Short Fiction will receive £1000 and access to the Northern Writers’ Awards Talent Network.
The award is named after Finchale Priory, a place of retreat for the monks of Durham during the Middle Ages. We’re massively grateful to the writer Benjamin Myers, whose generous support has made this unique opportunity possible.
To enter writers should submit a short story of up to 1500 words and answer the application questions.
Please note, you may enter this award in addition to one other award.
To apply for this award you should be:
- Living in the North of England at the time of entering and planning to remain here for at least another 12 months.
- Over the age of 18.
This award will be judged by Wendy Erskine and Benjamin Myers.
For more information, please read the Eligibility and Conditions of Entry carefully.
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