Ruritania Prize 2020

Budapest-based Panel Magazine is holding a contest for original short fiction from Central and Eastern Europe. The 2020 Ruritania Prize, named after Anthony Hope’s imaginary Eastern European kingdom of in The Prisoner of Zenda, is accepting short fiction between 1,000 and 4,000 words by July 31.

To qualify you have to live or have lived in Central and Eastern Europe (full definition on their site). There is no reading fee and the first-place winner gets prize money and publication in Panel’s sixth issue.

For all the contest information go to the Panel Contest page here

Photo – from the 1922 silent film of The Prisoner of Zenda

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