Mandatory Credit: Photo by Carolyn Contino/BEI/REX (615823g) Katharine Viner 'My Name is Rachel Corrie' opening night, Minetta Lane Theatre, New York, America - 15 Oct 2006

‘The Guardian’ Announces Fiction Writing Contest for Anyone Who Isn’t White

The Guardian is hosting it’s yearly short story competition for only black, Asian, and minority ethnic writers.

No whites allowed.

Showcased on the Guardian‘s website, the third competition of its kind, the winner for best short story will win £1000 ($1421) and an exclusive one-day publishing workshop.

But only if you aren’t white.

Last year’s winner Lisa Smith says: “To get some recognition as a new writer has made an unbelievable difference to me. Writing is exposing.”

But only if you aren’t white.

The website states the “prize is open to all black, Asian, minority ethnic writers aged 18 or over who are living in the UK or Ireland” reminiscent of when the BBC made headlines this year by excluding white people from a job for a Trainee Multi-Media Journalist.

Remember folks, it’s not discrimination if it’s against white people.

feature image: Guardian editor-in-chief Katherine Viner, via the Telegrpah

 

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