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The Orwell Society Dystopian Fiction Prize 2021
Deadline: Thu 1 Apr 2021
The Orwell Society's seventh annual short story competition for current students (both BA and MA) at British universities is open for entries. Dystopian narratives of 3,000 words are invited.

The judges are looking for the narrative which best follows in the tradition set by Orwell in Nineteen Eighty-Four and which Orwell is most likely to have admired.

The winner receives £500 with the winning entry published in the Society's Journal.

Entry is free.

The judging panel comprises Richard Blair, the son of George Orwell and Patron of The Orwell Society, Luke Seaber of University College, London and Ann Kronbergs, OS Education Trustee and one other judge yet to be confirmed.

Find out more here

Deadline: Thursday 1 April 2021


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