New Media Writing Prize

Short description: 

A prize initiated in 2010 at Bournemouth University for new media writing, sponsored by Bournemouth University, IF Book, Arts Bournemouth, and Dreaming Methods.

The prize highlights inspiring work, raises awareness and provokes discussion about new media writing, the future of the 'written' word and storytelling.

here are four categories/prizes for 2016 - Main Prize: £1000 donated by if:book UK. Student Prize: 3 months paid internship at Unicorn Training, Bournemouth, UK, working with Unicorn’s writing and design team. The Dot Award: £500 to get a new project started. Donated by if:book UK. The Gorkana Journalism Award, donated by Gorkana. Two awards: the UK award, and the International award, both £500 for the winner. There will also be substantial media coverage of the Award, and winners will be given full acknowledgement in all press releases and related material.

 (Source: New Media Writing Prize site)

Critical writing presented:

Title Author Tags
Things Rarely Turn Out the Way I Intend Them To J. R. Carpenter new media writing prize, creative process, iteration, versioning
Record posted by: 
Christine Wilks
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