Benjamin Franklin is one of history’s great figures, delighted to announce Benjamin Franklin House Literary Prize 2018. The Prize is endowed by Benjamin Franklin House Chairman John Studzinski, a leading executive, and philanthropist.
The competition is exclusively for young writers, aged 18-25 years and living in the UK. The quote for 2018 is ‘Let all man know there, but no man know thee thoroughly’ Poor Richard, 1743. Entrants should interpret this quote for its significance today.
Who May Eligible:
- Entrants must be aged 18-25 years and
- Living in the UK can apply for this prize.
How to Apply & Competition Rules:
To participate in the competition, Entries of 1000-1500 words must be sent to email@example.com
- Entrants must provide their name, email, postal address, telephone number, age and place of study.
- if applicable; if they are not currently in education, they should provide a biographical note explaining their current activities
- Entrants may submit only one entry; fiction or non-fiction accepted
- Entries of 1000-1500 words must be sent by 31 October 2018
- First prize: £750
- Second prize: £500.
- Winning entries will be posted here and also published online by media partner, The Telegraph.
All entries must be received by 31 October 2018.