Sunday, 18 January 2015
2015 Warwick Prize for Writing #seanocarolan.com #Writing #contest #competition #Prize
Nominations and Publisher Submissions
Who can make a nomination?
All members of staff, students, alumni, honorary graduates, honorary professors, emeritus professors and readers at Warwick and Monash were invited to nominate a work to receive the prize.
For the 2015 Warwick Prize for Writing, publishers are also eligible to make a submission.
How do I make a nomination or submission?
University of Warwick Community
All Warwick staff, students, alumni, honorary graduates, honorary professors and emeritus professors and readers should use the Warwick webform. You will need to be signed in to access the form.Go to the Warwick nomination form
Monash University Community
All Monash staff, students, adjunct professors and emeritus staff should use the Monash webform. You will need to be signed in to access the form.
Go to the Monash nomination form
Monash alumni should contact Kerryn Morey by email for assistance with making their nomination firstname.lastname@example.org.
All publishers based in all countries should make submissions via the publisher submission webform.
You will need to email email@example.com to request permission to access the form.Go to the Publisher submission form
What is eligible?
To be eligible for the 2015 Warwick Prize for Writing works must:
have been published in English for the first time anywhere in the world between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2015.
be authored by someone other than a current Warwick or Monash member of staff, student, honorary professor, emeritus professor or reader
be written in English (though it could be a translation from another language)
be written by an author who is still living
Self-nominations are ineligible.
Find out more
You can read the full criteria and rules here.
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