2017 Bristol Short Story Prize
3rd May 2017
Who may enter
The competition is open to all published and unpublished writers. There is no geographical restriction on entry. Entrants must be over 16 years old on the closing date, May 3rd 2017.
The Bristol Short Story Prize was founded by the Bristol Review of Books in 2007 and is operating as a non-profit organisation.
The maximum length of submissions is 4,000 words, there is no minimum length. All entries must be in English. Stories can be on any theme.
There is an entry fee of £8 for each story submitted to the 2017 Bristol Short Story Prize.
The judging panel will select the 20 stories to be published in the Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 10 and the top 3 prize winning stories for the 2017 Bristol Short Story Prize.
• 1st prize: £1,000
• 2nd prize: £700
• 3rd prize: £400
• Each of the 17 remaining shortlisted writers will receive £100.
Please visit https://www.bristolprize.co.uk/ to learn more about the competition.