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2019 Calibre Essay Prize Terms & Conditions

Wednesday, 01 October 2014 10:53 Written by Nathan Morrow
Published in Terms & Conditions

Who can enter?

1.      Entries are welcome from writers anywhere in the world.

2.      There is no age limit.

3.      ABR staff, board members, and editorial advisers are not eligible to enter. ABR contributors and volunteers may enter.

What does it cost to enter an essay?

4.     Each entry must be accompanied by an entry fee of AU$25, or AU$15 for current ABR subscribers. To qualify for the lower entry fee, entrants must hold a current one-year subscription to our print edition or ABR Online or be a full-time student.

5.      If you don’t already subscribe to ABR Online, you can purchase a one-year subscription and enter a single essay for a total of AU$65. You can then enter subsequent essays at the discounted rate of $15 each.

6.      If you don’t already subscribe to ABR’s print edition you can purchase a one-year subscription and enter a single essay for the following rates: $100 (Australia), $150 (New Zealand/Asia), or $170 (ROW). You can then enter subsequent essays at the discounted rate of $15 each.

How to enter

7.       Online entry is required.

8.       Entries should be either PDFs or Word documents. The text should be presented with 1.5 spacing and in 12 pt font size. The pages should be numbered.

9.      The author’s name must not appear in the document or in the name of the digital file because judging is conducted blind.

10.    The file name should only include the title of the essay.

11.     Entrants will receive automatic confirmation of receipt to the email address used when entering.

Terms and conditions

12.  Entries must be a single non-fiction essay of 2,000 to 5,000 words, written in English (any endnotes should be included in that word count).

13.  Multiple entries are permitted.

14.  Entries must be original works written by an individual author.

15.  Entries must not infringe upon anyone’s copyright.

16.  Essays that are deemed to be works of plagiarism will be disqualified.

17.  To remain eligible, entries must not be on offer to other publications or prizes or anthologies for the duration of the Calibre Essay Prize, which will be announced on 1 April 2019. However, it is our expectation that the authors of non-shortlisted essays will be notified in February or early March 2019 and they are then free to place their essays elsewhere.

18.  Previously published, prize-winning, or broadcast essays will not be accepted. (Previous online appearances constitute prior publication.) Entries will be deemed ineligible if they are under contract to another publisher or broadcaster.

19.  Essays entered but not shortlisted in past Calibre Essay Prizes may be re-entered.

20.  Translations are not eligible.

21.  The closing date for entries is midnight 14 January 2019.

22.  If entrants subsequently withdraw their entries, the entry fee will not be refunded.

23.  The winner and the runner-up will be encouraged to take part in radio interviews to help promote the essay and the magazine.

24.  The prize money also covers publication in ABR Online and the print edition.

25.  Copyright in the essay(s) resides with the entrant.

Prizes

26.  The winner will receive AU$5,000 in April 2019.

27. The runner-up will receive AU $2,500 in April 2019.

Publication

28. Our expectation is that the winning essays will require little editing apart from the application of house style. ABR will edit both essays and show the authors changes for their approval. The essayists will be involved throughout and will be shown successive proofs.

29. The winning essay will be published in the April 2019 issue (print and online). The runner-up will be published in the May 2019 or June-July 2019 issue (print and online).

30.  Authorship of the winning essays will be fully acknowledged in the ABR print and online issues and in all related material.

31. Copyright in the two winning essays resides with the authors. The winner and runner-up grant the Australian Book Review an exclusive licence to publish their winning essays in the relevant ABR issue (print and online edition) for three months from the date of first publication in the issue, and thereafter a non-exclusive licence indefinitely to publish in the relevant online issue.

32. If syndication or anthologisation of the winning essays is mooted, ABR will consult the winning essayists for approval. The essayists will receive 50% of any syndication fees and 100 % of any anthology fees.

The Judging Process

33.  Judging is completely anonymous.

34.  The entrant’s name must not appear in the Word file/PDF or in the file name.

35.  The judges are J.M. Coetzee, Anna Funder, and Peter Rose (ABR Editor and CEO).

36.  The judges’ decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into about the judgements or the judging process.

37.  ABR reserves the right not to award a prize.

To be eligible, entrants must tick the declaration box on the online entry page.

Declaration:

I hereby declare that the essay entered in the Calibre Essay Prize is my own work, has not been previously published or awarded, is not currently on offer to another publication or prize, and will not be so offered until after the announcement of the Prize on 1 April 2019. I have read all the terms and conditions and agree to abide by them.

2019 Porter Prize Terms & Conditions

Tuesday, 26 August 2014 12:44 Written by Nathan Morrow
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Who can enter?

1.      Entries are welcome from poets anywhere in the world.
2.     
There is no age limit.
3.     
ABR staff, board members, and editorial advisers are not eligible. ABR contributors and volunteers may enter.

What does it cost to enter a poem?

4.      Each entry must be accompanied by an entry fee of AU$25, or AU$15 for current ABR subscribers. To qualify for the lower entry fee, entrants must hold a current one-year subscription to our print edition or ABR Online. Full time students are also eligible to enter at the lower rate but must provide their student number and the name of the institution in which they are enrolled at the time of entry.
5.     
If you don’t already subscribe to ABR Online, you can purchase a one-year subscription and enter a single poem for a total of AU$65. You can then enter subsequent poems at the discounted rate of $15 each.
6.     If you don’t already subscribe to ABR’s print edition, you can purchase a one-year subscription and enter a single poem for the following rates: $100 (Australia), $150 (New Zealand/Asia), or $170 (ROW).
7.     If you choose not to subscribe to ABR (print or online) when you enter the Prize and you are not already an ABR subscriber, you will receive access to ABR Online free of charge for four months. You will be contacted when your complimentary ABR Online subscription has been activated.

How to enter

8.      Entries must be submitted online via the ABR website.
9.      Entries should be either PDFs or Word documents. The text should be presented with 1.5 line spacing and in 12 pt font size. The pages should be numbered. Stanza breaks must be clearly indicated.
10.    The author’s name must not appear in the document or in the name of the digital file.
11.    The file name should only include the title of the poem.
12.     Entrants will receive automatic confirmation of receipt.

Terms and conditions

13.  Entries must be a single poem of no more than 75 lines, written in English.
14. 
Multiple entries are permitted.
15. 
Entries must be original works written by an individual author.
16. 
Entries must not infringe upon anyone’s copyright.
17. 
Poems that are deemed to be works of plagiarism will be disqualified.
18. 
Entries should not be on offer to other publications or prizes or anthologies for the entire duration of the Porter Prize.
19. 
Previously published, shortlisted, prize-winning or broadcast poems will not be accepted. (Previous online appearances constitute prior publication.) Entries will be deemed ineligible if they are under contract to another publisher or broadcaster. Poems will be removed from longlists or shortlists if we discover they have been placed or published elsewhere.
20. 
Poems entered in past Porter Prizes but not shortlisted may be re-entered.
21. 
Translations are not eligible.
22. 
The closing date for entries is midnight, 3 December 2018.
23. 
If entrants subsequently withdraw their entries, the entry fee will not be refunded.
24. 
Shortlisted poets may be required to take part in events and media activities.
25. 
The prize money also covers publication in ABR Online and the print edition.
26. 
Copyright in the poem(s) remains with the poet.

PRIZES

27.  The winner will receive AU$5,000, and Arthur Boyd’s 'The lady and the unicorn', 1975, etching and aquatint, from the publication of the same name which Arthur Boyd produced with Peter Porter. This print is donated by Ivan Durrant in honour of Georges Mora
28. A runner-up will receive AU$2,000
29.  The other three shortlisted poets will each receive AU$500.

THE JUDGING PROCESS

30.  Judging is completely anonymous.
31. 
The entrant’s name must not appear in the Word file/PDF only the file’s title.
32. 
The judges are Judith Bishop, John Hawke, and Paul Kane.
33. 
ABR reserves the right not to award a prize.
34. 
A shortlist comprising a maximum of fivepoems will be announced and those poems will appear in the March 2019 issue of ABR. The winner will be announced later that month at a ceremony to which all entrants will be invited.
35. 
The judges’ decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into about the judgements or the judging process.

To be eligible, entrants must tick the declaration box on the online entry page.

Declaration:

I hereby declare that the poem entered in the Peter Porter Poetry Prize is my own work, has not been previously published or awarded, is not currently on offer to another publication or prize, and will not be so offered for the duration of this competition. I have read all the terms and conditions and agree to abide by them.

Jolley Prize Terms and Conditions

Tuesday, 03 December 2013 19:42 Written by Hidden Author
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2018 ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize

Guidelines, terms, and conditions

Who can enter?

1. Entries are welcome from writers anywhere in the world.

2. There is no age limit.

3. ABR staff, board members, and editorial advisers are not eligible to enter. ABR contributors and volunteers may enter.

What does it cost to enter a story?

4. Each entry must be accompanied by an entry fee of AU$25, or AU$15 for current ABR subscribers. To qualify for the lower entry fee, entrants must hold a current one-year subscription to our print edition or ABR Online, or be a full-time student.

5. If you don’t already subscribe to ABR Online, you can purchase a one-year subscription and enter a single story for a total of AU$65. You can then enter additional stories at the discounted rate of $15 each.

6.If you don’t already subscribe to ABR’s print edition, you can purchase a one-year subscription and enter a single story for the following rates: $95 (Australia), $150 (New Zealand/Asia), or $170 (ROW)

7. If you choose not to subscribe to ABR (print or online) when you enter the Prize and you are not already an ABR subscriber, you will receive access to ABR Online free of charge for four months.

How to enter

8. Online entry is required.

9. Entries should be either PDFs or Word documents. The text should be presented with 1.5 spacing and in 12 pt font size. The pages should be numbered.

10. The author’s name must not appear in the document or in the name of the digital file because judging is conducted blind.

11. The file name should only include the title of the story.

12. Entrants will receive automatic confirmation of receipt to the email address used when entering.

Terms and conditions

13.  Entries must be a single story of 2,000 to 5,000 words, written in English.

14.  Multiple entries are permitted.

15.  Entries must be original works of fiction written by an individual author.

16.  Entries must not infringe upon anyone’s copyright.

17.  Entries that are deemed to be works of plagiarism will be disqualified.

18.  To remain eligible, entries must not be on offer to other publications or prizes or anthologies for the duration of the Jolley Prize, which will be announced in August 2018. However, it is our expectation that the authors of non-shortlisted stories will be notified in June or early July 2018 and they are then free to place their stories elsewhere.

19.  Previously published, prize-winning, or broadcast stories will not be accepted. (Previous online appearances constitute prior publication.) Entries will be deemed ineligible if they are under contract to another publisher or broadcaster.

20.  Stories entered but not shortlisted in past Jolley Prizes may be re-entered.

21.  Translations are not eligible.

22.  The closing date for entries is midnight, 10 April 2018.

23.  If entrants subsequently withdraw their entries, the entry fee will not be refunded.

24.  The shortlisted entrants will be encouraged to take part in radio interviews to help promote the stories and the magazine.

25.  The prize money also covers publication in ABR Online and the print edition.

26.  Copyright in the story (or stories) remains with the entrant.

Prizes

27.  The winner will receive $7,000 in August 2018.

28.  The runner-up will recieve $2,000 in August 2018.

29.  The second runner-up will receive $1,000 in August 2018.

30.  The judges will commend three extra stories, the authors of which will receive an equal share of the remaining $2,500 in prize money in August 2018.

Publication

31. Our expectation is that the shortlisted and commended stories will require little editing apart from the application of house style.

32. ABR will edit the shortlisted stories and show the authors changes for their approval. The authors will be involved throughout and will be shown successive proofs.

33. The three shortlisted stories will be published in the August 2018 issue (print and online).

34. ABR will edit the commended stories and show the authors changes for their approval.The three commended stories will appear in print and/or online later in 2018.

35.  Authorship of the shortlisted and commended stories will be fully acknowledged in the ABR print and online issues and in all related material.

36. Copyright in the shortlisted and commended stories resides with the authors. The shortlisted and commended entrants grant the Australian Book Review an exclusive licence to publish their winning stories in the relevant ABR issue (print and online edition) for three months from the date of first publication in the issue, and thereafter a non-exclusive licence indefinitely to publish in the relevant online issue.

37. If syndication or anthologisation of the winning stories is mooted, ABR will consult the winning authors for approval. The authors will receive 50% of any syndication fees and 100% of any anthology fees.

The Judging Process

38.  Judging is completely anonymous.

39.  The entrant’s name must not appear in the Word file/PDF or in the file name.

40.  The judges are Patrick Allington, Michelle Cahill and Beejay Silcox.

41.  ABR will publish the shortlisted stories in the August 2018 issue and announce the overall winner at a special ceremony later that month. All entrants will be invited.

42.  The judges’ decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into about the judgements or the judging process.

43. We are unable to provide feedback about individual entries.

44.   ABR reserves the right not to award a prize.

To be eligible, entrants must tick the declaration box on the online entry page

Declaration:

I hereby declare that the story entered in the Jolley Prize is my own work, has not been previously published or awarded, is not currently on offer to another publication or prize, and will not be so offered until after the announcement of the Jolley Prize in August 2018. I have read all the terms and conditions and agree to abide by them.