THE WRITERS’ UNION OF CANADAJURY
SHORT PROSE COMPETITION FOR
DEVELOPING WRITERS 2006
> On the jury for the 2006-2007 Short Prose Competition are: Caroline Adderson, novelist and short-story writer, Governor General’s Award nominee, and Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize winner; Kathy Page, novelist, widely anthologized short-story writer, and Governor General’s Award nominee; and Andrew Pyper, fiction and nonfiction writer, best-selling author, and Arthur Ellis Award winner.
> Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.
> All writers who have not been published in book format.
> Nonfiction and fiction prose, up to 2,500 words.
> English language.
> Not previously published in any format.
> Postmarked November 3, 2006.
> $25 per entry.
HOW TO SUBMIT
> Typed or computer-printed, double-spaced, and numbered on 8.5’’ x 11’’ paper, not stapled.
> Submissions on computer disk or faxes will not be accepted.
> A separate cover letter with full name, address, phone number, number of pages of entry, and whether the submission is fiction or nonfiction. Please type name of entrant and title of entry on each numbered page.
> Results will be posted at writersunion.ca. Manuscripts will not be returned.
> Make cheque or money order payable to The Writers’ Union of Canada. Multiple entries can be submitted together and fees can be added and paid with one cheque or money order.
> Mail to:
Short Prose Competition
200-90 Richmond Street E
Toronto ON M5C 1P1