Natalia Theodoridou won the 2022 Moniack Mhor Emerging Writer Award (previously called the Bridge Award). Established in 2015, the award is for “unpublished prose writers (fiction) living and working in the UK with a collection of short stories or novel in development.” The winner receives “a tailor-made package worth up to £2,000 including tuition via open courses, retreat time and/or mentoring at Moniack Mhor.” Lucy Steeds took second place, and will receive ” a course or retreat.” Sally Hughes, Gabrielle Johnson, and Andrea Mullaney were all “Highly Commended.”
For more information, see the Moniack Mohr site.
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