BBC National Short Story Award 2017
Celebrating the power of the short story
The BBC National Short Story Award is one of the most prestigious for a single short story, with the winning author receiving £15,000, and four further shortlisted authors £600 each. The 2017 Award is open to UK residents or nationals, aged 18 or over, who have a history of publication in creative writing. The full Terms and Conditions will be available and submissions accepted online at bbc.co.uk/nssa from 9am Thursday 26th January 2017. The deadline for receipt of entries is 9am Monday 6th March 2017.
Please see bbc.co.uk/nssa for more information on the BBC National Short Story Award and submissions.
About the BBC National Short Story Award 2017
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2016 Orr 'Disappearances'; runner-up Claire-Louise Bennet 'Morning, Noon & Night'
2015 Jonathan Buckley 'Briar Road'; runner-up Mark Haddon 'Bunny'
2014 Lionel Shriver 'Kilifi Creek'; runner-up Zadie Smith 'Miss Adele Amidst the Corsets'
2013 Sarah Hall 'Mrs Fox'; runner-up Lucy Wood 'Notes from the House Spirits'
2012 Miroslav Penkov 'East of the West'; runner-up Henrietta Rose-Innes 'Sanctuary'
2011 D W Wilson 'The Dead Roads'; runner-up Jon McGregor 'Wires'
2010 David Constantine 'Tea at the Midland'; runner-up Jon McGregor 'If It Keeps On Raining'
2009 Kate Clanchy 'The Not-Dead and the Saved'; runner-up Sara Maitland 'Moss Witch
2008 Clare Wigfall 'The Numbers'; runner-up Jane Gardam 'The People on Privilege Hill'
2007 Julian Gough 'The Orphan and the Mob'; runner-up David Almond 'Slog's Dad'
2006 James Lasdun 'An Anxious Man'; runner-up Michel Faber 'The Safehouse'
Please go to bbc.co.uk/nssa for more information on the BBC National Short Story Award.
Terms and conditions for the 2017 Award are available from 26 January 2017, until the deadline of 6 March 2017.