The Comedy Women in Print prize, the UK and Ireland’s very first prize to shine a light on witty women, is open for entries!

The Comedy Women in Print Prize (CWIP) 2020 has opened its doors for entries in one of three categories; the published novel, the unpublished novel and launching this year, the published humorous graphic novel. Full details of all three categories, how to enter and most importantly what prizes can be won, can be found on the CWIP website.

Established in 2019 by comedian, writer and author Helen Lederer, the inaugural awards were a huge success, with Laura Steven’s The Exact Opposite of OK taking home the published novel award and Charlotte Eyre’s Cow Girl, the unpublished novel category and a publishing deal with Harper Collins.  Jilly Cooper was very rightly awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.

If you’d like to join in the conversation on social media,  you’ll find CWIP on Twitter @CWIPprize and Instagram @cwipprize

Deadline: 2nd March 2020