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Creative writing prize: win the £10,000 Alpine Writing Fellowship

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Applications are invited for the 2019 Alpine Writing Fellowship.

Prizes are £10,000, £3,000 and £2,000, with invitations for all three winners to the 2019 Alpine Fellowship Annual Symposium in Fjallnas, Sweden, 15-18 August, where poet John Burnside will present the award.

To enter, send an original, unpublished piece of writing up to 2,500 words on the Symposium's theme, of ‘identity’. 

Entry is free but you may submit one piece only. The closing date is 1 April.

Enter on the website: https://alpinefellowship.com/

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