Short story competition: Health: from here to where?

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12 April 2017
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Write a dystopian short story for the competition, launched today, from RSPH and the Health Foundation

 

Write a dystopian short story for the competition, launched today, from RSPH and the Health Foundation

The Royal Society for Public Health and Health Foundation competition for dystopian stories asks creative writers to imagine the consequences in a future world of the widening gap in health between rich and poor. Entries should shed light on the areas people currently face that influence their healthcare provision, including work, education, housing, social networks and communities.

Stories may be any length up to 5,000 words. There is no minimum word count. The winner will receive £1,500 and selected runners up will win £500. Winning and commended stories will be published in a limited-edition print booklet illustrated by artist Thomas Moore.

The closing date to enter Health: from here to where? is 11 June.

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