2021 Mogford Prize for Food & Drink Writing longlist announced


2021 Mogford Prize for Food & Drink Writing longlist announced

25 writers have been longlisted for the 2021 Mogford Prize for Food & Drink Writing. The writers making it onto the 2021 Mogford Prize longlist, in alphabetical order, are:

  1. Elizabeth Andersen (UK)
  2. Julie Black (New Zealand)
  3. Mary Bonatz (USA)
  4. Elaine Chiew (UK)
  5. Paul Clarke (Australia)
  6. Elizabeth Davis (USA)
  7. Alexander Fiske-Harrison (UK)
  8. Lorna Fergusson (UK)
  9. Helen Gordon (UK)
  10. Diana Holubowitz (UK)
  11. Marissa Hoffmann (Switzerland)
  12. Michael Kilgannon (UK)
  13. Richard King (UK)
  14. Louise Mangos (Switzerland)
  15. Terri Mcilroy (UK)
  16. Marcia Mills-McFarlane (Jamaica)
  17. Emma Newrick (UK)
  18. Isla Robertson (UK)
  19. Angela O’Brien (Ireland)
  20. Maria O’Rouke (Ireland)
  21. Chris Reid (UK)
  22. Jessica Sinyard (UK)
  23. Finlay Taylor (UK)
  24. Emma Teichmann (UK)
  25. Sasha Wilson (UK)

In the coming weeks, the longlist will be whittled down into a shortlist of four stories for this year’s prize. At which point the names of these incredibly talented writers will be announced, one of which will be winning the prize fund of £10,000.

The winner of the 2021 prize will be announced in April 2021, once the two guest judges, Lemn Sissay MBE and Mick Herron, have decided on a winner.

The winning story, along with the three runner-up stories, will be published on this Mogford Prize website shortly afterwards.

A hearty congratulations to the 25 writers that made it onto the 2021 Mogford Prize longlist.

Making it onto the longlist is a huge achievement given that, despite an unusual year for all, the annual competition attracted a significant number of entries, yet again, from all over the world.

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