Due to the upcoming bank holidays on 1 May, and 8 May, we have decided to extend the deadline for submissions until Monday 15 May 2023.
The Toulmin Prize, established in 2008 and awarded annually, is a short-story prize commemorating the work of one of north-east Scotland's finest exponents of written Doric. There is a cash prize of £500 for the winning entry. The award for the best entry will be made at the University of Aberdeen, where the winning story will be read out by the well-known north-east writer, Sheena Blackhall
See full information on the main Toulmin page.