Enter your essay written on any topic in the Bodley Head/Financial Times Essay Competition for a chance to be published and win the associated cash prize.
Open to essay-writers from around the world between 18 and 35 years old, the winner will receive a monetary prize and an e-publication with The Bodley Head, a publication in the Financial Times of their winning essay and a mentoring session with The Bodley Head.
Application Deadline: September 24, 2020.
The following prizes will be awarded to winners in the Essay contest:
This Essay competition is open solely to individuals between 18 and 35 years old, as of Thursday, September 24, 2020.
Essay documents which include the entrant’s name will be disqualified.
Entrants should ensure that they are able to participate in the competition in compliance with local laws and regulations.
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The Financial Times is one of the world’s foremost news organizations. A part of Nikkei Inc., it provides a broad range of information, news, and services for the global business community.
Annually, the Financial Times and The Bodley Head, one of Britain’s leading publishers of non-fiction, jointly recruit the best young essay-writing talent from around the world.
For its eighth edition, The Bodley Head/FT Essay Prize competition will provide a springboard for talented writers.
The Essay contest is promoted by the Random House Group Limited.
Entries will no longer be accepted by the deadline, midday (GMT) on Thursday, September 24, 2020.
The winning entrant and runners-up will be notified by the Promoter commencing by November 2, 2020.
The winner and two runners-up will be announced in the Financial Times by November 14, 2020.
The competition will be judged by six independent judges who will judge the entries based on the following criteria:
The judges’ decisions will be final and no correspondence will be entered into in relation to their decisions or the competition.
For this year’s edition, the regular judging panel is joined by the award-winning writer Yiyun Li and leading literary agent Emma Paterson.
The past winning essays of the Bodley Head/FT Essay Prize 2020 include:
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