It’s time to get creative. The Tasmanian Writers’ Prize, run by the Forty South Publishing – the guys who publish the marvellous Tasmania 40° South magazine, is looking for short stories up to 3000 words with an island, or island-resonant, theme. Judges for the 2015 prize are Chris Gallagher, director of the Tasmanian Writers’ Centre, and David Owen, noted Tasmanian fiction and non-fiction writer.
And the prize? The winner will get $500 and publication in Tasmania 40° South. A selection of the best entries will be published in 40° South Short Story Anthology 2015. For more details and to enter, click here.
Entries close January 31, 2015.