Non-fiction prize: The Bodley Head/Financial Times Essay Prize 2017

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11 January 2017
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The competition, for writers aged 18-35, has a first prize of £1,000

 

The competition, for writers aged 18-35, has a first prize of £1,000

The annual Bodley Head/Financial Times Essay Prize is given for a dynamic, lively and authoritative essay up to 3,500 words, which may be in any non-fiction style: journalistic, a case study, wide-ranging or intensely focussed.

In addition to the £1,000 prize, the winner will receive e-publication with The Bodley Head, a mentoring session with The Bodley Head and the Financial Times, a digital subscription to FT Weekend and books from The Bodley Head. Two runners up will each receive e-publication with The Bodley Head, a digital subscription to FT Weekend and books from The Bodley Head.

Entry to the Bodley Head/Financial Times Essay Prize is free. The closing date is 29 January.

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