JAMES WHITE AWARDThe James White Award Short Story Competition was established in 2000. It is open only to non-professional writers and offers them the opportunity to have their work published in Interzone, the UK's leading and longest established science fiction magazine.
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The long-listed stories for this year’s James White Award have been announced. Below are the titles of the stories that made it through the first stage of judging. This year’s award received a record 354 entries, so the authors who … Continue reading
The winner of this year’s James White Award has been announced at the BSFA Award Ceremony at Dysprosium 66, this year’s Eastercon. The winner of the 2015 prize (£200 plus publication in Interzone) is: “Midnight Funk Association” by Mack Leonard … Continue reading
The James White Award is pleased to be able to announce that – thanks to the dedication of our panel of judges (Dave Hutchinson, Gareth L Powell and Stephanie Saulter) the judging for this year’s competition is complete. The full details … Continue reading
The James White Award is pleased to announce the shortlisted stories for this year’s competition. Ideas Machine, Suffolk Street Midnight Funk Association The Relics of the All Legend The Simple 12-Step Solution to the 3×3 Hypercube in Minkowski Spacetime White … Continue reading
The 2015 James White Award Short Story Competition is now open to entries. The closing date for this year’s competition is 31 January, 2015 and the winner will be announced at Dysprosium, the 2015 Eastercon, taking place in Heathrow between 3 and … Continue reading
The winner of this year’s James White Award short story competition is: “Beside The Dammed River” by DJ Cockburn who receives £200 and publication in a future issue of , Interzone. The judges awarded a special commendation to “Flesh and … Continue reading
This year’s James White Award received over 300 entries, a record number for the competition, and the judging process was complex and very close. We are now, however, able to announce the shortlist for this year’s competition: The shortlist is: … Continue reading
The James White Award is pleased to announce the winner of this year’s competition: “You First Meet the Devil at a Church Fete” by Shannon Fay Shannon, from Canada, wins £300 and her story will be published in a future … Continue reading
The James White Award is open to entrants from all over the world. The judging of the Award is designed to try to minimise the possibility of bias in the selection of the best story. We ask entrants to send … Continue reading