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THE SUNDAY TIMES AUDIBLE SHORT STORY AWARD 2021 IS NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES

Entries are now open to the world’s richest and most prestigious prize for an English-language single short story

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It’s time to polish off your entries for the 2021 Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award

Published authors have from Sunday, October 11 until 6pm on Friday, December 4 to enter their short story to this year's award

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NIAMH CAMPBELL WINS THE SUNDAY TIMES AUDIBLE SHORT STORY AWARD 2020

IRELAND SCOOPS RICHEST SHORT STORY AWARD FOR SECOND YEAR RUNNING

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We have a winner...

The judges discuss the six shortlisted stories for the 2020 Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award and we reveal the winner of the £30,000 prize

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Niamh Campbell wins the 2020 Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award

The Irish writer Niamh Campbell wins the Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award for Love Many

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Diana Evans discusses Granma's Porch by Alexia Tolas

Our judge on why they loved this year's shortlisted story

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Carys Davies discusses Sparing the Heather by Louise Kennedy

Our judge on why they loved this year's shortlisted story

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David Nicholls discusses Love Many by Niamh Campbell

Our judge on why they loved this year's shortlisted story

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Carys Davies discusses Take It by Namwali Serpell

Our judge on why they loved this year's shortlisted story

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Andrew Holgate discusses Simon by Daniel O'Malley

Our judge on why they loved this year's shortlisted story

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