Mis nuevas amigas de África me envían esta convocatoria para someter trabajos escritos en inglés o traducidos al inglés, ya que la sede de la revista es Londres. Participen!!!!!!
The competition is open to anyone worldwide who has not published a complete book in their chosen category. We are looking for creative submissions in one of three genres: Poetry, Fiction or Life Writing. Maximum word limit is 3000, or five poems.
The 2013 Wasafiri New Writing Prize is now open!
£300 will be awarded to the winner in each category and their work will be published in Wasafiri.
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To enter, simply fill in the entry form and send it to us with your entry and fee of UK Sterling £6.00 if entering one category, £10.00 for two and £15.00 for three categories.
Entries can be submitted by post to:
The Open University in London
1-11 Hawley Crescent
London NW1 8NP
(Please mark 'Wasafiri New Writing Prize' on the envelope)
Or via email to email@example.com.
If submitting your entry via email, please include 'New Writing Prize' in the subject header, remember to attach a registration form and paypal receipt or paypal reference number. If paying by cheque, please let us know that payment is in the post. Entries should be submitted as a Word doc attachment, NOT pasted in the body of the email.
Payment can be made by cheque or via paypal by clicking on the 'Donate' link below and entering either £6.00, £10.00 or £15.00 as appropriate in the 'Donation amount' box.
The closing date is 5pm GMT on Friday 26 July 2013
We are delighted that this year's judges will be:
Susheila Nasta MBE (Chair) Editor of Wasafiri and Professor of Modern Literature at the Open University
Anthony Joseph Poet, novelist, academic and musician, author of three collections of poetry and a novel, The African Origins of UFOs
Tabish Khair Award-winning novelist, poet and critic, shortlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize in 2010
Beverley Naidoo Writer for children and adults and winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Josette Frank Award
Wasafiri is a quarterly British literary magazine covering international contemporary writing. Its name derives from a word meaning "travellers" in KiSwahili (etymologically linked with the Arabic word "safari"). The magazine holds that many of those who created the literatures in which it is particularly interested "...have all in some sense been cultural travellers either through migration, transportation or else, in the more metaphorical sense of seeking an imagined cultural 'home'." Funded by the Arts Council England, Wasafiri is "a journal of post-colonial literature that pays attention to the wealth of Black and diasporic writers worldwide. It is Britain's only international magazine for Black British, African, Asian and Caribbean literatures.”[