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 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
The James White Award is pleased that the winner of this year’s short story competition for new writers is: “Invocation of the Lurker” by Colum Paget Colum’s story won in a year in which the James White Award attracted a … Continue reading
The judging process for this year’s James White Award has now been completed and the winner chosen – to be announced at the BSFA Awards ceremony on Sunday 8 April. We’ll post details of the winner here at around 7:00pm … Continue reading
The James White Award is pleased to be able to reveal the names of the six stories that have been shortlisted for this year’s award. They are: A Traveller from an Antique Land Chrysanthemum Circle Invocation of the Lurker Solvers … Continue reading
The James White Award 2011 is now closed to entries. We will announce the shortlist as soon as possible – by the end of February at the latest, but we hope to be able to make an announcement before then. … Continue reading
The James White Award is pleased to announce the judges for this year’s competition: Jon Courtenay Grimwood Jon Courtenay Grimwood has published 11 novels and is a widely published journalist. His novels End of the World Blues and Felaheen won … Continue reading