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Cassandra Jardine Memorial Prize for Women Writers

The Telegraph has launched this year’s Cassandra Jardine Memorial Prize. The Award named after  their brilliantly intelligent but now deceased Investigative journalist Cassandra Jardine who died on the 29th May 2014. Entrants should submit a feature article of between 1,500 and 2,000 words on a subject of their choice – this might be an interview, a piece of commentary, serious or light, or an investigation. Whatever the format, the judges will be looking for evidence of the writer’s intelligence, personality and prose style – all the qualities that marked out Cassandra from the outset of her career.

The winner, to be announced in February, will receive £1,000, and there are two runners-up prizes of £500 and £250.

Entries should be sent by Jan 30 2015 to:


Cassandra Jardine Memorial Prize, 
Features Desk, 
The Daily Telegraph, 
111 Buckingham Palace Road,
 London 
SW1W 0DT.


For full details, visit telegraph.co.uk/cassandrajardineprize

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