THE CAMBRIDGE SHORT STORY PRIZE, 2017
The inaugural Cambridge Short Story Prize will be opening to submissions on the 1st August and closing on 31st October. This is an international short story prize and we welcome entries from every corner of the globe.
There will be a £1500 prize fund and all shortlisted writers will be published in an anthology.
- SUBMISSION PERIOD: 1st August – 31st October 2017
- WORD LENGTH: 3,000
- ENTRY FEE: £8
- PRIZES: £1000 (1st) £300 (2nd) £200 (3rd)
- OTHER: Anthology publication offered to all shortlisted writers. Number TBC.
- JUDGES: TBC
Further details to follow.
Previous Winners of TSS Short Story Competitions
Where applicable, placed, shortlisted, and longlisted writers are also mentioned.
Sean Lusk: ‘A Flood in Yucatan’ (chapbook coming soon)
Scott D. Pomfret: ‘When Customs Were Different’
Joanna Campbell: ‘Destination Unknown’
Sarah Isaac: ‘Escargot Africains’
Melanie Napthine: ‘Count Backwards from Twenty’
Anna Nazarova-Evans: ‘Creator’s Mistake’
Anne Corbett: ‘The Bone Child’
Catherine McNamara: ‘They Came From the East’
Tina Gibbard: ‘Bloomsbury Redux’
John Rutter: ‘Looks Like Rain’
Michael Thompson: ‘Making a Mojito’