Calibre essay prize

The best international competitions. For writers, photographers and artists. The most interesting contests open to amateurs and professionals. Entry is now open for 2019 Calibre Essay Prize worth a total of AU7, 500. Entries close 14 January 2019. The judges are J. M. Coetzee, Anna Funder and Peter Rose. The Calibre Essay Prize is one of the worlds leading prizes for a new essay and it is now worth a total of 7, 500.

The Calibre Essay Prize, then know A prize of AUD 5, 000 (approximately 3, 800) and publication in Australian Book Review is given annually for an essay. A secondplace prize of AUD 2, 500 (approximately 1, 900) is also given. Andrea Goldsmith, Phillipa McGuinness, and Peter Rose will judge.

Using the online submission system, submit an essay of 3, 000 to 6, 000 words with a The Calibre Essay Prize is an annual Australian Book Review essaywriting award. The prize, first awarded in 2007, is worth AU7, 500 and is deemed 'the nation's premier essaywriting competition' and 'Australias leading award for an original essay Australian Book Review welcomes entries in the thirteen Calibre Essay Prize.

The Calibre Prize, founded in 2007, is one of the worlds leading prizes for an original nonfiction essay. Entries must The Calibre Essay Prize is an annual Australian Book Review initiative intended to generate brilliant new essays and to foster new insights into culture, society, and the human condition.

The Prize, first awarded in 2007, is currently worth a total of A7, 500. The Calibre Essay Prize is open for its 12th year. Hosted by the Australian Book Review (ABR) it's now worth a total of 7, 500.

Australian Book Review welcomes entries in the twelfth Calibre Essay Prize. The Calibre Prize, founded in 2007, is one of the worlds leading prizes for an original nonfiction essay.

Entries must be



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