Winston Fletcher Fiction Prize 2016
The Winston Fletcher Fiction Prize
Issue 40 | September 2016
Now in its third year, the Winston Fletcher Fiction Prize was created by a group of individuals from the advertising community in memory of one of advertising's greats, the late Winston Fletcher (1937 – 2012).
He was a prolific writer of fiction and fact, as well as co-founder of one of the agencies that was later subsumed into Mullen Lowe.
The prize is designed to encourage and recognise great writing amongst the advertising and related marketing community.
Some of the greatest fiction writers, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Salman Rushdie, and Joseph Heller started their careers in advertising.
The winner receives a cash prize of £2000 awarded by a jury chaired by Tim Waterstone.