The prizes, the prizes!

Hi everyone! We know that you are waiting to hear from us and the judges’ decision… This is not it yet. We wanted to take the opportunity to remind you about the wonderful prizes we have waiting for the first, second, and third places. We wanted to tease you a bit more with the prizes you might win! As you know we requested writings that could fall in either the theme of “light” or “dark”, and the best pieces in these two categories will be rewarded greatly. The second and third best pieces among the light submissions will be awarded a bundle of books from Harper Collins. What? Oh, you think they are only paperbacks? You are mistaken dear reader, there are some lovely hardbacks as well! You

An Interview with Federico Andornino

We got in touch with Federico Andornino, one of the judges of the "light submissions", he conversed with us and shared some bits that all of you will certainly find insightful. Federico, tell us a bit about yourself. What is your background? What do you do? I am a commissioning editor for fiction at Weidenfeld & Nicolson, an imprint of Orion. Before that I was an editor at Two Roads, an imprint of Hodder. Over the past five years I have published a number of projects, including Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things (a Richard & Judy book club pick, a #1 Amazon Kindle bestseller, and a top 10 Sunday Times bestseller), Riad Sattouf’s The Arab of the Future (a ‘best Book of the Year’ for the N

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