Spark Prize 2022 - Entries Open

Spark Prize 2022 - Entries Open

RMIT Culture, in collaboration with Hardie Grant and the University's Writing and Publishing discipline are offering the Spark Prize in 2022.

RMIT Culture, in collaboration with Hardie Grant and the University's Writing and Publishing discipline are offering the Spark Prize in 2022. For anyone who has a budding idea that could be turned into a book, this bi-ennial literary prize is looking for fresh voices and compelling stories.

Entries close on 27 June -  the winner will receive $5000 and an editorial mentorship. Submissions will be judged by the RMIT Writing and Publishing's Bowen Street Press, Hardie Grant Team and author Clem Bastow. 

For more information and to submit an entry please visit Hardie Grant's Spark Prize page.  

RMIT Culture has co-produced three podcasts offering insights into narrative nonfiction, interviews with authors and editors and general tips. These can be listened to on RMIT’s Art, Design and Media podcast channel.

23 June 2022

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23 June 2022

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