The Impress Prize 2017 is now officially open! In our quest to discover new talent we are accepting submissions of 6,000 words and the winner can expect a contract to publish with us.
1. The Joyce Girl – Annabel Abbs
This historical fiction has gone on to be published by Hachette Australia. Find out more here.
2. Click Double Click – James Calum Campbell
James Calum Campbell went on to write The Seven Trials of Cameron-Strange, also published by Impress. Find out more here.
3. The Lost Journals Of Pedro Piscator & Other Tales – Lachlan Plain
This was the last collection of short stories to win the prize. Find out more here.
4. Imagining Vietnam – Elizabeth McLean
Republished as The Swallows Uncaged, this winning novel is now popular around the globe. Find out more here.
5. The Farewell Symphony – Edmund Bealby Wright
This 2010 winner is still a popular read. Find out more here.
6. Homesick – Roshi Fernadno
Seventeen short stories are combined in this collection to tell the story of a community. Find out more here.
7. SAS Operation Galia – Robert Hann
An autobiographical tale of a paratrooper’s experiences. Find out more here.
8. Consider The Lilies – Carol Fenlan
This winner of the prize from way back is about a girl growing up in the 1960s. Find out more here.
Any questions about the prize? Tweet us @ImpressBooks1, visit the Impress Prize website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.