Graphic Short Story Prize
ARE YOU AN ASPIRING GRAPHIC NOVELIST?
DO YOU HAVE AN ORIGINAL STORY TO TELL?
Jonathan Cape and Comica have got together with The Observer to offer you the chance to see your work in print and win £1,000.
Take this opportunity to get your work read by industry experts. The judges are Joe Dunthorne (author of Submarine and Wild Abandon), Stephen Collins (author of The Gigantic Beard that Was Evil), Rachel Cooke (The Observer), Dan Franklin (Publisher, Jonathan Cape), Paul Gravett (Director, Comica Festival) and Suzanne Dean (Random House Creative Director).
The first prize is £1,000 and the publication of your
4-page story in The Observer New Review.
The runner-up will receive £250 and your work will appear on The Guardian.
Deadline for entries: 27th September 2013.
For entry forms and terms and conditions click here.
For dimensions click here.
Winner of the Graphic Short Story Prize 2012
Corban Wilkin spends most of his time creating graphic novels, and is currently working on a full length book; Breaker’s End. His comics are mostly fiction, and his goal is to create involved narratives at the same level as great prose novels. His range of illustration work includes pieces for books, magazines, and video games. He usually works in black and white, using brush and ink.
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