2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize Writing Contest for unpublished short fiction (£15,000 in Cash Prize).

Date limite d'inscription: 1st Novembre 2018.

Le prix du Commonwealth Short Story is awarded for the best piece of unpublished short fiction (2,000–5,000 words) in English. Regional winners receive £2,500 and the overall winner receives £5,000. Translated entries are also eligible, as are stories written in the original Bengali, Chinese, Kiswahili, Malay, Portuguese, Samoan and Tamil. The competition is free to enter.

Le prix couvre les régions du Commonwealth
1. Africa, 2. Asia, 3. Canada and Europe, 4. Caribbean and 5. Pacific. (See Section 4 for countries in each region).
Critère d'éligibilité
  • Entrants must be citizens of a Commonwealth country– please see Section 4 for the list of Commonwealth countries. The Commonwealth Foundation will request verification of citizenship before winners are selected. Entries from writers from non-Commonwealth countries (including the Republic of Ireland and Zimbabwe) are not eligible.
  • À des fins régionales, les entrées seront jugées par pays de citoyenneté. Lorsque l'écrivain a la double nationalité, l'entrée sera jugée dans la région où l'écrivain est résident permanent.
  • There is no requirement for the writer to have current residence in a Commonwealth country, providing they are a citizen of a Commonwealth country.
  • Les participants doivent être âgés de 18 ans ou plus sur 1 Novembre 2018.
  • All entries will be accepted at the discretion of the Commonwealth Foundation which will exercise its judgement, in consultation with the prize chair, in ruling on questions of eligibility. The ruling of the chair on questions of eligibility is final, and no further correspondence will be entered into.
  • Entries from previous overall winners of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize are not eligible. Entries from previous regional winners are eligible.
  • Entries from current members of staff at the Commonwealth Foundation are not eligible.
  • Entries must be unpublished and remain unpublished in any language until 1 May 2019

Avantages:
  • There will be five winners, one from each region. One regional winner will be selected as the overall winner. The overall winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize will receive £5,000 and the remaining four regional winners £2,500.
  • If the winning short story is a translation into English, the translator will receive additional prize money.
Règlement de participation
  • Entries,including those in translation, must be made by the original author.
  • Les inscriptions ne seront acceptées que via le formulaire d'inscription en ligne.
  • La date limite de réception des inscriptions est 1 November 2018 (11.59pm dans n'importe quel fuseau horaire).
  • Une seule participation par écrivain peut être soumise pour le prix Commonwealth Short Story.
  • L'histoire doit être le propre travail du participant.
  • The story must be original work and should not have been published anywhere, in full or in part, in any language, before 1 May 2019. Published work is taken to mean published in any printed, publicly accessible form, e.g. anthology, magazine, newspaper. It is also taken to mean published online, with the exception of personal blogs and personal websites.
  • Les inscriptions précédemment soumises au Commonwealth Short Story Prize ne sont pas éligibles.
  • Entries should be submitted in English, with the following exceptions: entries from Commonwealth citizens who write in Bengali, Chinese, Kiswahili, Malay, Portuguese,Samoan and Tamil and who do not have an English translation of their story, may submit their stories in the original language. English translations of short stories written in other languages are eligible if submitted by the writer (not the translator) and provided the translator is also a citizen of a Commonwealth country.
  • Simultaneous submissions are eligible as long as the entrant informs the Prize immediately should the story be accepted for publication elsewhere or be selected for a prize.
  • Entries must be 2,000 words minimum, 5,000 words maximum (not including title)
  • All entries should be submitted in Arial 12 -point font and double line spacing. All pages should be numbered and include a header with the title of the story
  • Il n'y a aucune restriction sur le réglage, le genre ou le thème.
  • L'histoire devrait être une fiction pour adultes et ne pas avoir été écrite pour les enfants seuls.
  • Les participants acceptent comme condition d'entrée que les organisateurs du prix puissent annoncer le fait qu'une histoire a été inscrite ou présélectionnée pour le prix.
  • Worldwide copyright of each story remains with the writer. Commonwealth Writers
    will have the unrestricted right to publish the winning stories (the overall winning story and the four regional winning stories) in an anthology and for promotional purposes.
  • Les gagnants généraux et régionaux seront tenus de participer à des activités de publicité, y compris les médias sociaux si possible.
  • The overall and regional winners will be expected to undertake a mutually acceptable
    programme of regional outreach activities to develop and promote Commonwealth Writers.

If you experience any problems with submission please email writers@commonwealth.int

Pour plus d'informations:

Visitez la page Web officielle du concours de rédaction du court métrage 2019 Commonwealth Short Story

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