Wednesday, 25 April 2018
The Brighton Prize
The 2018 Brighton Prize is open now with a top prize of £1000
Our judges this year are booker-longlisted novelist Alison MacLeod, literary agent at The Bent Agency Sarah Manning, and our own novelist and Brighton Prize director, Erinna Mettler.
We’re looking for flash fiction up to 350 words and short stories between 1000 and 2000 words.
Winning short story: £1000. 2 runners-up: £100 each.
Winning flash fiction: £500. 2 runners-up: £50 each.
Best story or flash fiction from a Sussex-based writer: £100 book token.
Closing date: 1st July 2018.
The 2017 Brighton Prize Winners
See them here
The prize was judged by publisher Candida Lacey (Myriad Editions) and authors Sally O’Reilly (Dark Aemillia) and Erinna Mettler (Starlings).
Read about the winners of the 2016 Brighton Prize here
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