The submission process for the fifth Sunday Times EFG Private Bank Short Story Award is now open.
The deadline for submissions is 27th September 2013. Please see below for details on how to enter, or, for the first time, you can also visit the dedicated website for the Award: www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/stefg.
A truly international
The judges are looking for an outstanding English-language story of 6,000 words or under from a fiction author from anywhere in the world who has been published in the UK or Ireland. The winner will receive £30,000, and the five shortlisted writers will each receive £1,000 as well as having their work published online. A longlist will be announced in February 2014. The winner will be announced in April 2014.
Download the 2014 Award Entry Form
Download the 2014 Award Terms and Conditions
About the The Sunday Times EFG Private Bank Short Story Award 2014
The world’s richest award for a single short storyThe Sunday Times EFG Private Bank Short Story Award honours the finest writers of short stories across the world. Worth £30,000 to the winning author, and £1,000 to each of its five annual shortlisted writers, it is open to anyone with a previous record of publication in creative writing in the UK or Ireland, subject to our terms and conditions.
The prize follows the success in The Sunday Times Magazine of a regular story slot which attracted some of the most talented names in short-story writing. The Award now stands alone and proudly celebrates the very best work in the genre.
The entry period for the 2014 Award is now open, and will close on Friday 27 thSeptember 2013. To enter, please read the terms and conditions carefully and
The winner of next year's prize will be announced in April 2014.
The Twitter hashtag is #stefg14
2013 Junot Díaz 'Miss Lora'
2012 Kevin Barry 'Beer Trip to Llandudno'
2011 Anthony Doerr 'The Deep'
2010 C K Stead 'Last Season's Man'