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The Archives are hosting a weekend of creative writing workshops, talks and readings on Friday 11 & Saturday 12 April 2014.
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If a manuscript is chosen for publication, the author will receive a ,000 advance against royalties in a standard Macmillan publishing contract for all rights in all languages, including an option on their next book.
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Prizes: First prize £700, second prize £200 and third prize £100. For the rules and details of how to submit, visit the COMPAS website.
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This year’s judges are Susheila Nasta, Editor of Wasafiri, Bidisha, Inua Ellams and Monique Roffey.
To constitute a novel, books must total at least 50,000 words. The prize-winning poems will be presented at a public reading in Oxford in February 2014 and will be included in a COMPAS anthology on migration.
Previously published poems are eligible as long as the author still retains copyright.
described by her publisher as ‘a collection of dark fables at once familiar and entirely strange’.
The book – as a physical object – looks and feels beautiful and the writing is as sharp as a knife.