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2018 Trudy Graham/Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose

The 2018 Trudy Graham-Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose (Fiction or Non-Fiction) is now open.

 The competition has an open theme and entrants may submit prose up to a maximum of 2000 words. Entries must also be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-17 years to encourage and support the upcoming writers of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ also has a prize of $50.

There are also four, Highly Commended and four Commended Certificates to be awarded in the competition.

Entry fees $15 each $25 for two entries $35 for three entries. Youth (12-17 years) entries are $7.

This Competition is now open! 

TGJL Flyer

Rules of Entry 

Instructions for interactive PDF

Download PDF registration form onto your desktop.

Working within your desktop environment, open and fill in all applicable information.

Save As: Put in your name and  TGJL then click save.

Attach this document to your email.

2018 Patron’s Prize for Poets Competition

Poets of all ages and experience are encouraged to enter the 2018 Patron’s Prize for Poets Competition.

This national poetry competition has an open theme and entrants, who must be Australian residents, may submit poems up to a maximum of 50 lines. Entries must be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

In addition to the Open category for writers of all ages and experience, the Centre has established a category for Novice Poets which aims to encourage beginning and fledgling poets who may feel they have no chance against established poets in the Open category.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-18 years to encourage and support the upcoming poets of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second Prize and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Novice Poet Award’ is $50.

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ of $50.

Four Highly Commended and Commended Certificates will also be awarded in the competition.

This competitions is now closed!

 

 

2018 Peter Cowan 600 Word Short Story Award

The competition has an open theme and entrants may submit stories up to a maximum of 600 words.  Entries must also be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition within or outside Australia.

In addition to the ‘Open’ category open to all writers, the Centre established a new category  in 2015 entitled the ‘Novice Writer Award’. To be eligible for this category the writer must have never won a prose competition. This category was very successful  last year and continues in 2018.

The ‘Novice Writer Award’ is to encourage beginning and fledgling writers to enter who may feel they have no chance against established writers entering the ‘Open’ category.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judges Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-17 years to encourage and support the upcoming writers of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Novice Award’ is $50.

The ‘Judges Encouragement Award for Youth’ prize is $50

There are also four, Highly Commended and four Commended Certificates to be awarded in the competition.

 

This competition is now closed!

Download PDF registration form onto your desktop.

Working within your desktop environment, open and fill in all applicable information.

Save As: Put in your name and PC600SS then click save.

Attach this document to your email.

Competitions

2018 Patron’s Prize for Poets Competition is now open!

Poets of all ages and experience are encouraged to enter the 2018 Patron’s Prize for Poets Competition.

This national poetry competition has an open theme and entrants, who must be Australian residents, may submit poems up to a maximum of 50 lines. Entries must be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

In addition to the Open category for writers of all ages and experience, the Centre has established a category for Novice Poets which aims to encourage beginning and fledgling poets who may feel they have no chance against established poets in the Open category.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-18 years to encourage and support the upcoming poets of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second Prize and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Novice Poet Award’ is $50.

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ of $50.

Four Highly Commended and Commended Certificates will also be awarded in the competition.

Rules and Registration form

 Flyer

Instructions for interactive PDF

Download PDF registration form onto your desktop.

Working within your desktop environment, open and fill in all applicable information.

Save As: Put in your surname and PPPC then click save.

Attach this document to your email.

 

2017 Glen Phillips Poetry Prize Competition

The competition has an open theme and entrants may submit poetry up to a maximum of 50 lines. Entries must also be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young poets aged from 12-17 years to encourage and support the upcoming poets of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second and $50 for Third Prize. The Novice Poet Award $50

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ also has a prize of $50.

 

There are also four, Highly Commended and four Commended Certificates to be awarded in the competition.

Entry fees $10 each $20 for three entries $30 for five entries and for youth entries (12-17 years) $5.00 per entry.

For additional information please click the Flyer

For the Rules and Registration Form please click Entry Form

Instructions for interactive PDF

Download PDF registration form onto your desktop.

Working within your desktop environment, open and fill in all applicable information.

Save As: Put in your name and  GPPP then click save.

Attach this document to your email.

Postal entries to P.O. Box 239 Joondalup WA 6919
Online entries to cowan05@bigpond.com

Call (08) 9301 2282, e:cowan05@bigpond.com http://www.pcwc.org.au

2017 Trudy Graham/Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose

The 2017 Trudy Graham-Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose (Fiction or Non-Fiction) is now open.

Julie LewisThe competition has an open theme and entrants may submit prose up to a maximum of 2000 words. Entries must also be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-17 years to encourage and support the upcoming writers of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ also has a prize of $50.

Trudy GrahamThere are also four, Highly Commended and four Commended Certificates to be awarded in the competition.

Entry fees $15 each $25 for two entries $35 for three entries.

This competition is now closed.  Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry.

Instructions for interactive PDF

Download PDF registration form onto your desktop.

Working within your desktop environment, open and fill in all applicable information.

Save As: Put in your name and  TGJL then click save.

Attach this document to your email.

 

2017 Patron’s Prize for Poets Competition

Poets of all ages and experience are encouraged to enter the 2017 Patron’s Prize for Poets Competition.

This national poetry competition has an open theme and entrants, who must be Australian residents, may submit poems up to a maximum of 50 lines. Entries must be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

In addition to the Open category for writers of all ages and experience, the Centre has established a category for Novice Poets which aims to encourage beginning and fledgling poets who may feel they have no chance against established poets in the Open category.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-18 years to encourage and support the upcoming poets of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second Prize and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Novice Poet Award’ is $50.

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ of $50.

Four Highly Commended and Commended Certificates will also be awarded in the competition.

 This competition is now closed.   Thankyou to everyone who submitted an entry this year. 

Instructions for interactive PDF

Download PDF registration form onto your desktop.

Working within your desktop environment, open and fill in all applicable information.

Save As: Put in your surname and PPPC then click save.

Attach this document to your email.

2017 Peter Cowan 600 Word Short Story Award

The competition has an open theme and entrants may submit stories up to a maximum of 600 words.  Entries must also be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition within or outside Australia.

In addition to the ‘Open’ category open to all writers, the Centre established a new category  in 2015 entitled the ‘Novice Writer Award’. To be eligible for this category the writer must have never won a prose competition. This category was very successful  last year and continues in 2017.

The ‘Novice Writer Award’ is to encourage beginning and fledgling writers to enter who may feel they have no chance against established writers entering the ‘Open’ category.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judges Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-18 years to encourage and support the upcoming writers of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Novice Award’ is $50.

The ‘Judges Encouragement Award for Youth’ prize is $50

There are also four, Highly Commended and four Commended Certificates to be awarded in the competition.

This competition is now closed.   Thankyou to everyone who submitted an entry this year. 

Flyer

 

Rules of Entry & Registration

Instructions for interactive PDF

Download PDF registration form onto your desktop.

Working within your desktop environment, open and fill in all applicable information.

Save As: Put in your name and PC600SS then click save.

Attach this document to your email.

2016 Glen Phillips Poetry Prize Competition

Glen PhillipsThe competition has an open theme and entrants may submit poetry up to a maximum of 50 lines. Entries must also be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young poets aged from 12-18 years to encourage and support the upcoming poets of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second and $50 for Third Prize. The Novice Poet Award $50

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ also has a prize of $50.

 

There are also four, Highly Commended and four Commended Certificates to be awarded in the competition.

Entry fees $10 each $20 for three entries $30 for five entries and for youth entries (12-18 years) $5.00 per entry

This Competition is now closed

For additional information please click the Flyer

 

Postal entries to P.O. Box 239 Joondalup WA 6919
Online entries to cowan05@bigpond.com

Call (08) 9301 2282, e:cowan05@bigpond.com http://www.pcwc.org.au

2016 Trudy Graham/Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose (CLOSED)

The 2016 Trudy Graham-Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose (Fiction or Non-Fiction) will be commencing on 24th June 2016.

Julie LewisThe competition has an open theme and entrants may submit prose up to a maximum of 2000 words. Entries must also be unpublished and not have received any previous awards or recognition in any other competition.

The competition also caters for youth with the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ for young writers aged from 12-18 years to encourage and support the upcoming writers of the future.

The ‘Open’ category carries a $200 First Prize, with $100 for Second and $50 for Third Prize.

The ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ also has a prize of $50.

Trudy GrahamThere are also four, Highly Commended and four Commended Certificates to be awarded in the competition.

Entry fees $15 each $25 for two entries $35 for three entries.

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED