The V.S Pritchett Short Story Prize from the Royal Society of Literature  is open for entries of unpublished short stories.

The winner will receive £1,000 and the winning entry will be published in Prospect online and in the RSL Review.

Entries for low-income writers: The RSL is committed to increasing accessibility and supporting writers of all incomes. As such, they are offering 50 free entries to low-income writers based in the UK.

Eligible writers have until Tuesday 28 May to apply for a free entry.

General submissions close on 28th June 2019.

More information, including eligibility criteria and submission guidelines can be found at the Royal Society of Literature’s website.