Prizes for original creative works in Manx Gaelic
You have until the end of this month to enter the Aundyr Brian Stowell competition, which offers prizes for original creative works in Manx Gaelic.
It’s being organised by Pobble, which is an Isle of Man charity that “supports Manx Gaelic as a community asset.”
There’s a £600 prize pool for poems, stories, dramas, films, audio recordings, or any other creative pieces in the Island’s native tongue.
There is no entry fee or age limit, and competitors are free to submit as many entries as they wish before 30 September, with winners announced and prizes awarded during the Cooish in November.
Entries should be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.