We were delighted to receive entries from as far away as the USA, Australia, Greece, Poland and Orkney and from all over the UK.
The winners will be notified in the first week in October. A full list of the prize winners will be published on this site on Monday October the 21st. The prizes with the exception of the short film prize will be presented on the 19th of October at the Go Gothic market in Tavistock’s Butcher’s Hall.
The short film prize will be presented on Saturday the 12th of October by Professor Nick Groom at 3 pm Tavistock Library*.
“Soundbites: A Question-and-Answer Session on Vampires, Gothic Monsters, Terror, and Horror with the “Prof. of Goth”, Nick Groom of Exeter University.’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NickGroom (The session will be chaired by Aaron Wilkins). Presentation of the short film prize by Professor. Nick Groom at the end of the session.
Tickets available from the Library for this free event.
Professor Groom’s Publications include: The Vampire: A New History published by Yale University Press, Frankenstein published by Oxford University Press, The Italian, The Monk, The Castle of Otranto, and The Gothic: A Very Short Introduction are published by Oxford University Press:
If the prize winners are unable to attend their prizes will be posted to them. A selection of the best poems and monologues will be read aloud by the Edge.