Tenure: An Informal Reflection on the Hunting of the Squid and Its Impact on Higher Education

Overview

Honouring strong new voices from around the world, the 2014 Commonwealth Short Story Prize is a global award, open to unpublished as well as published writers, with a truly international judging panel. This global anthology presents the winner of the 2014 Short Story Prize, Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi’s “Let’s Tell This Story Properly,” alongside some of the most promising and original stories entered for the prize during the past three years by emerging writers across the literary landscape of the world. Gathered from over ten thousand entries, the selected stories are provocative, rich in flair and ambition, and push the boundaries of fiction into fresh territory.

Tenure: An Informal Reflection on the Hunting of the Squid and Its Impact on Higher Education is by New Zealand’s Julian Novitz.

Awards

Commonwealth Short Story Prize

About the Authors

Julian Novitz

Posted by Dundurn Guest on June 18, 2015

Julian Novitz

Julian Novitz is a short story writer and novelist from New Zealand. He lives in Melbourne, Australia, where he is a lecturer in writing at the Swinburne University of Technology. His latest novel, Little Sister, was published by Random House in 2012.

Ellah Wakatama Allfrey

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014
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Ellah Wakatama Allfrey

Ellah Wakatama Allfrey, OBE, editor, critic, and broadcaster, is former deputy editor of Granta magazine, series editor for the Kwani? Manuscript Prize, and the deputy chair of the Caine Prize for African Writing. She served as a judge for the 2015 Man Booker Prize panel. She lives in London, England.