The English Department in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities are pleased to announce the longlist for the Student New Angle Prize 2020.
Every year the competition asks students to write prose or poetry (maximum 500 words) on any subject which evokes the spirit and landscapes of our region.
The award, which runs alongside the nationally recognised New Angle Prize for literature, celebrates both a love of good writing and the diverse voices across the entire student community at the University of Suffolk.
Lecturer in English, Amanda Hodgkinson, said “This year's entries were of a very high standard and the judge, JJ Marsh, best-selling novelist and publisher, noted that 'the singular feeling that remained after reading these short stories was an urge to visit East Anglia...'. We would like to offer a huge congratulations to all those longlisted for the SNAP Writing Awards 2020. Watch this space for forthcoming news of the shortlist and winners!”
The SNAP Writing Awards Longlist 2020 (in no particular order):
- 'Flagstones for Feathers' by Hannah Daly
- 'I Think I'm a Viking' by Giles Margerum
- 'The Dead of Night' by Bradley Garnham
- 'The Gate' by Francis Carver
- 'The Shotley Marsh' by Hannah King
- 'The Windy Wall' by Laura Mitchell
- 'Tick Tock' by Amber Atkinson
- 'Marina' by Grace Hill
- 'Shingle Street' by Hannah Castle
- 'The Ghost of You' by Katy Lagden
- 'The Visitor at Chilton Street' by Victoria Lawson.
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