12 January 2012
Unpublished writers have until 31 January to submit a 1,000-word story for a competition being run by GQ magazine, Land Rover and Soho House ...
Unpublished writers have until 31 January to submit a 1,000-word story for a competition being run by GQ magazine, Land Rover and Soho House
The competition is a collaboration between GQ magazine, Soho House, and Land Rover. Stories may be set in any time or place, but must have an urban theme 'in line with the new Range Rover Evoque which is inspired by the architecture of cities oll over the globe.'
The first prize is publication in House magazine and GQ and a year's representation by literary agent Diane Banks. Ten shortlisted entries will be published in House magazine.
Stories should be no longer than 1,000 words in length. They should be emailed as a double-spaced Word document to [email protected] by the closing date of 31 January. The competition is not open to writers who have been published professionally or who are signed to an agent.