HENRY HAZLITT CONTEST FOR BUSINESS FICTION
This contest catch my eye, because it doesn’t cost you to enter and it gives you a cash prizes, plus a chance to get published with an advance and royalties.
Traditionally, business has been portrayed negatively in most novels. The purpose of this contest is to provide some balance to this situation, and thus provide a publication opportunity to debut novelists with a positive business mindset.
I hope someone in the audience has a novel that fits.
NO ENTRY FEE
DEADLINE: April 30th, 2013
MG – Adult
The Henry Hazlitt Contest is a writing competition for the best new novel with a business or economics theme by a debut author.
The winner will receive the 2013 Henry Hazlitt Award for Business Fiction, which includes a cash prize of five hundred dollars ($500) and an offer of a publishing contract that includes a royalty advance of $2,000.
You must be an unpublished author, not previously or currently bound by a publishing contract. The novel must have a theme related to business, finance, entrepreneurship or economics. The novel’s theme should be pro-business. The target audience for the novel can be any age from middle-grade to adult.
No picture books. Deadline April 30, 2013.