Tuesday, 3 March 2020

Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2020


 

Aesthetica Creative Writing Award

The Aesthetica Creative Writing Award is an international literary prize that is a hotbed for new talent in Poetry and Short Fiction. Now in its 14th year, the Prize supports both emerging and established writers. By entering, writers can showcase their work to key industry figures and organisations including The Poetry Society, Granta, VINTAGE and more.

Winners are selected for both categories and awarded with £1,000. Publication within the Aesthetica Creative Writing Anthology, is also awarded to a further 60 writers whose works are highly commended.

Aesthetica is proud to champion new writing talent and supports its writing alumni beyond the Prize, offering print and digital publicity and continued exposure across our channels.

Poetry £12 | Short Fiction £18

Submissions close 31 August 2020

POETRY SUBMISSION FICTION SUBMISSION

(Submissions are organised through our Submittable Platform)

Prizes
£1,000 prize money for the Poetry & Short Fiction Winners
Publication in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual
Full membership to The Poetry Society (Poetry Winner)
Consultation with Redhammer Management (Fiction Winner)
Selection of books from Vintage and Bloodaxe Books
One year print subscription to Granta

Guidelines
Poetry entries should be no more than 40 lines
Fiction entries should be no more than 2,000 words
Works published or entered elsewhere are accepted
You may enter the Award as many times as you wish
Both Poetry and Fiction entries should be written in English
For more information, read our FAQs here or for our refund policy
Timescale
December 2019 – 31 August 2020: Entries open
September 2020: Judging begins
December 2020: Winners and finalists are announced
December 2020: Publication of winners and finalists in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual 2021

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