ACWA announces new fiction award
The Australian Crime Writers Association (ACWA) has announced a new fast fiction crime writing prize, the Louie Award.
Sponsored by ACT president of the Australian Medical Association Antonio Di Dio, the annual award celebrates his late father Luigi who was an avid crime fiction reader.
The award is open to Australian crime writers and will seek short story submissions of up to 500 words. The winner will receive $750.
Entries for the inaugural award is expected to open this month. For more information, see the ACWA website.
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