A record number of writers have entered this year’s prestigious Edge Hill Short Story Prize.
A diverse range of talents from the literary world have entered their work in the 2013 awards, with interest from a wide range of large mainstream publishers and independent presses.
Now in its seventh year, it is the only UK award that recognises excellence in a published collection of short stories and has attracted established names competing alongside relative newcomers for the £5,000 main prize and £1,000 Readers’ Prize.
We are proud to announce that Rebecca Burns’ short story collection, Catching the Barramundi, has been longlisted for the awards alongside a number of well-established, award-winning writers including DW Wilson (2011 winner of the National Short Story Prize), Irish writer Kevin Barry (2013 winner of Sunday Times Short Story Prize), and Jon McGregor (winner of the 2012 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award).
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