SBS проводит литературный конкурс для авторов из этнических общин Австралии на английском языке. Первый приз 5 тысяч долларов. Общий призовой фонд 10 тысяч долларов. Подача работ с 15 августа по 15 сентября.
Подробности о конкурсе читайте дальше. www.sbs.com.au/writers SBS is looking for the next generation of diverse Australian writers
SBS is inviting aspiring writers from diverse backgrounds to share their stories and have their voices heard with the launch of the SBS Emerging Writers’ Competition.
Are you, or do you know an aspiring writer in the Russian speaking community in Australia?
Tell them about the SBS Emerging Writers' Competition.
An initiative from SBS Voices, SBS’s online platform which champions the voices of diverse and often underrepresented Australians, the competition has been created to support the discovery and dеvelopment of emerging talent and contribute to greater diversity in Australian storytelling.
Open for entries from 15 August – 15 September 2020, the SBS Emerging Writers’ Competition is searching for the next generation of bold new voices that reflect the diversity of contemporary Australia, providing them with a platform to share their unique experiences and perspectives.
Your memoir piece may be poignant, humorous or a mix of both. The important thing is that it’s your story, and no one else's.
Entries will be judged by acclaimed author Melissa Lucashenko, winner of the 2019 Miles Franklin award for her novel Too Much Lip, and Benjamin Law, creator and co-writer of the award-winning SBS TV program The Family Law and editor of Growing Up Queer in Australia.
Writers aged 18 and over are invited to submit a memoir piece of 1,000-2,000 words on the topic of ‘Growing up in diverse Australia’. The winning submission will be awarded a $5,000 prize to further their storytelling future, as well as having their story published on SBS Voices.