Enter travel writing for the Shiva Naipaul Memorial Prize

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10 October 2013
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imports_WRI_0-uyvc41ah-100000_99223.jpg Enter travel writing for the Shiva Naipaul Memorial Prize
The Spectator's annual £2,000 award is offered for unconventional travel writing ...
The Spectator's annual £2,000 award is offered for unconventional travel writing
Writers under 35 are invited to submit entries for a prize for 'the most acute and profound observation of a culture alien to the writer.'
In addition to the cash prize, the winning entry will be published in the Christmas edition of The Spectator.
The first writer to win this prize, in 1987, was Hilary Mantel.
Submissions should be previously unpublished and under 3,000 words.
The closing date is 25 October.

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