Any graduate students who presents a paper at the conference in Boston is invited to compete for the prize for the Best Graduate Student paper at the Narrative Conference. The winner will receive a copy of a Perkins Prize-winning book of his or her choice and will be encouraged to expand the winning paper for consideration by Narrative. In addition, the 2014 award winner will be eligible for $500 toward expenses to attend the 2015 conference. Submit papers electronically as attachments (Word PC-compatible files) to both of the judges, Kay Young <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Paul Wake <email@example.com>. Papers should be sent to them by May 1, 2014. Papers must be unrevised conference presentations.
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BEST GRADUATE STUDENT PAPER
All graduate students who present papers at the ISSN Annual Conference are invited to compete for the prize for the best graduate-student paper of the 2008 conference. The winner will receive a copy of a Perkins Prize-winning book of his or her choice and will be invited to expand the winning paper and submit it for consideration by Narrative. Submit your papers electronically as attachments (Word PC-compatible files, please) to both of the judges, David Richter, firstname.lastname@example.org and Lisa Zunshine, email@example.com, no later than May 18, 2008. Be sure to submit the paper you actually presented at the conference, not some expanded or edited version of it.