Issue #18: Stuff

NP Writers’ Award XVIII shortlist

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by New Philosopher on March 14, 2018

It seems that there’s no shortage of stuff to say about ‘stuff’, with a record number of entries received for this quarter’s writers’ award. Nonetheless, former winners and finalists dominate the list: for New Philosopher Writers’ Award XVII ‘Stuff’, four newcomers join four former winners, a former runner-up, and a finalist from a previous award.

The finalists, in alphabetical order, are:

Sally Cloke, academic
Erica Greenop, poet, writer, and former winner
Lesh Karan, writer
Dr Siobhan Lyons, academic and former winner
Dr Victoria Palmer, philosopher
Eva Perroni, writer and former runner-up
Dr Phiona Stanley, academic
Phil Voysey, educator and former winner
Dr Warren Ward, psychiatrist and former winner
Martin Wale, curator and former finalist

The winner and runner-up will be announced shortly. Congratulations to those who made the shortlist, and thank you to everyone who took the time to put their ideas on paper. As always, the aim of the award is not to produce a winner, but rather to get you thinking about and writing down your ideas on the chosen topic.

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