Nadal Prize

Nadal Prize
   An annual prize of 3m pesetas, offered for an unpublished novel of not less than 150 pages. The winner is guaranteed publication, and the prize money is treated as a royalty advance. It is one of the most hotly contested literary prizes in Spain: in 1996, over 500 manuscripts were submitted.
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Encyclopedia of contemporary Spanish culture. 2013.

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