Do you have a completed work of fiction and/or non-fiction but haven’t yet found a home for it?
The publishers of Saraba Magazine are happy to announce the commencement of the Saraba Manuscript Project. Saraba Magazine has published the works of up to three hundred writers online, in their magazines, poetry chapbooks, and website. They are soliciting fiction and nonfiction manuscripts. Nigerian writers are invited to submit their work.
This competition aims to produce a shortlist of ten writers. Five in fiction and five in the non-fiction category. All shortlisted manuscripts will initially be published as e-books and audio-books. The prize includes an award of N100,000 to the winning manuscripts in the fiction and the non-fiction categories. All shortlisted entrants will receive a publishing deal from Saraba, including N100,000 advance against royalties.
Amazing isn’t it? So If you have just completed a manuscript you’ll like to enter for the prize, or know someone who has, please visit manuscript.sarabamag.com for additional information on guidelines.
The judges include Rotimi Babatunde, Noo Saro-Wiwa, and Azafi Omoluabi-Ogosi.
If you have any questions, write Olaoluwa Akinoluwa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So why don’t you start writing?
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