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TROUBLE & STRIFE A CELEBRATION OF PROTEST

GRIST COMPETITION 2018

Last night saw the launch of our new short story collection 'Trouble'.


First Prize: Tabitha Bast, for her story 'But have you seen it in the snow?'.

Second Prize: Bethany Ridley-Duff, for her story 'Money bank'.

Third Prize: Jonathan Holland, for his story 'Three Conversations with Mr. Sienkiewicz'.

Highly Commended: Sarah Hussain, for her story 'You will be free one day,my dearest India'.


Thanks to everyone who entered, everyone who came to the launch, to our judges, the University of Huddersfield press, our student editorial team, Megan Taylor and Michael Stewart.


Watch this space for details of our next publication 'Strife', a collection of poetry which celebrates protest in all its forms.

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TROUBLE AND STRIFE ANTHOLOGY RESULTS

Thanks to everybody who entered our competition!
There were a large number of entries and the standard of work was extremely high. Due to the volume of submissions we have decided to publish TWO anthologies instead of the planned one. The first, an anthology of prose titled 'Trouble', will be launched at the Huddersfield Literature Festival in March 2019 and the second, an anthology of poetry titled 'Strife', will be launched at the Huddersfield Literature Festival in March 2020. We have also decided to double up on the prize money, so there will now be three prizes for prose and three for poetry. The prizewinners for each anthology will be announced prior to the launch of first book. It's been a pleasure reading your wonderful stories and poems and it has been a difficult, but enjoyable task compiling what we're sure you will agree are two exciting and thought-provoking anthologies about protest in all its many forms worldwide Please see below for the list of authors and poets who have been selected for our new Grist publications.

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Poetry 



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