The Sidney Lanier Prize and Neilma Gantner Short Story Prize
Founded in 2012, the Sidney Lanier Prize for Southern Literature recognizes writers who have written a substantial and engaging work of fiction, creative nonfiction, or poetry that explores the South and the Southern experience. The prize is named after 19th century Southern poet Sidney Lanier.
The prize is supported by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation and is open to writers of all ages and career stages. The prize is worth $4000 and will be awarded to the author of the winning story. In addition to receiving the prize, the winner will also receive publication in Overland magazine. The winner will also receive an honorarium of $500.
The Neilma Sidney Short Story Prize is supported by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation and named after the late Neilma Gantner. The prize is open to writers of all ages and careers and awards winning stories of up to 3000 words. Runners up receive an honorarium of $750 and publication in Overland.
The Sidney Award is a monthly journalism award, which is given out for outstanding journalism. The award is awarded for work that is published in an American magazine or newspaper, blog, or online news site. The deadline for the Sidney Award is the last day of each month. The winners will receive a certificate designed by Edward Sorel and a $500 honorarium.
The Sidney Award is sponsored by the Sidney Hillman Foundation. The foundation sponsors the Hillman Prizes in Journalism throughout the United States. It also sponsors a bottle of union-made wine. The Sidney Awards are awarded for investigative journalism that is in service of the common good. Each month, the honorees receive a certificate and a $500 honorarium. The Sidney Awards are awarded every spring.
In addition to the Sidney Award, the Sidney Hillman Foundation sponsors the Hillman Prizes for Journalism in the U.S. and a bottle of union-made wine. In addition, the foundation awards a number of Sidney Awards to journalists for investigative journalism in service of the common good.
The Sidney Award is given out each month to honor investigative journalism in the service of the common good. This award is given to writers who have produced an outstanding piece of journalism that has been published in an American newspaper or magazine, blog, or online news site. Each month, the honorees will receive a certificate designed by Edward Sorel. The Sidney Award is administered by the Sidney Hillman Foundation.
The Sidney Award is also awarded to writers who have produced a series of photographs that represent the South. These prizes are given out for work that has been published in a newspaper, magazine, or online news site. The prize is given out to the author of the winning story and is worth $5000. The prize is also awarded to the authors of the runners-up.
The Sidney Award is sponsored in memory of the late Sidney Edelstein. His family has generously provided a prize of $3,500. The prize is open to writers of all age groups and career stages. The prize is also open to writers who have not been published before.