An eccentrically irreverent work, reminiscent of Heller and Beckett, that will amuse and enlighten. Absurd in the very best sense of the word!
November Spotlight: The Somerset Awards Bring a Satisfying Conclusion to the Submissions Deadlines for the 2016 Contest Year
Find out why we named the Literary, Mainstream, and Contemporary Novel Awards "Somerset" and discover a few pithy authorial quotes to share also.
Captivatingly infused with raw emotions and haunting memories of race, heritage, culture, and family dynamics of the 50s & 60s.
The Official List of the Chanticleer 2015 Grand Prize Winners of the Blue Ribbon Writing Competitions
The Grand Prize Genre Winners of the 2015 Chanticleer International Writing Competitions were announced at the annual 2016 awards ceremony that was held on Saturday, April 30, 2016 at the Hotel Bellwether in Bellingham, Wash. Congratulations!
The Somerset Awards Writing Competition recognizes emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of Contemporary/Literary Fiction. The SOMERSET Awards is a division of Chanticleer International Novel Writing Competitions.
We are honored to announce the 2015 SOMERSET Awards Official First Place […]
A Kafkaesque literary trip through the brain of a brutally assaulted teenage boy whose supercharged perceptions expose the secret sins of those he wants to love and hopes to believe in.
The Somerset Awards Writing Competition recognizes emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genres of Literary and Contemporary Novels. The Somerset Awards is a division of Chanticleer International Novel Writing Competitions.
Rene’s novel paints a new perspective on the renowned artist Vincent Van Gogh through the eyes of Maria Hoornik. Family, poverty, and genius blend themselves together in a mesmerizing canvas of tragedy and hope.