The 2012 Roy Crane Award in the Arts is given to a student at UT Austin for unique, creative effort in the literary arts. An undergraduate or graduate student may compete for the award. The committee, which selects the winner, will give no weight to any entrant’s grade point average or other academic achievement.
To compete for the award, a student must be recommended by a faculty member of The University of Texas at Austin. All forms of writing that fall within the two most basic written literary categories of fiction and nonfiction, such as novels, novellas, poetry, plays, screenplays, short stories, philosophical literature, collaborative writing, in addition to creative nonfiction such as historical literature, journalism, epistles, essays, and autobiography submissions will be considered. Please limit entries to 5000 words or less. Applicants may submit excerpts or chapters of longer works. Research or analysis does not qualify. The award must be for one’s creative effort while a student at UT Austin.
DEADLINE IS APRIL 1ST, 2012.
Visit http://www.utexas.edu/provost/initiatives/undergraduate_awards/crane/ or or contact Crane Committee Chair Dan Welcher at firstname.lastname@example.org.