The George Santayana Society is pleased to offer a prize for outstanding scholarly writing in honor of Professor Angus Kerr-Lawson. The prize is offered in tribute to the outstanding contributions made by Kerr-Lawson to Santayana scholarship in Overheard in Seville: Bulletin of the George Santayana Society. The invitation is for any scholar not more than five years out of graduate school to compose an essay engaging the thought of George Santayana. Any aspect of Santayana’s thinking may be addressed by authors, including (but not limited to) essays that relate his thinking to other figures in the American tradition (and beyond), themes such as materialism and naturalism, realism and Platonism, and/or issues connected to American intellectual history and American culture. The winner shall be awarded $300 and be invited to present the winning paper at the January 2017 Eastern APA meeting. Additionally, the winning paper will be published in the ensuing edition of Overheard in Seville: Bulletin of the Santayana Society. (Editors may also elect to invite runner-up submissions for Bulletin publication.) The winner and honorary mentions of runners up will be announced at the January 2016 Eastern APA gathering of the George Santayana Society. Authors should prepare submissions for blind review (no exposing references to the author within the composition) and send electronically in Word format to: firstname.lastname@example.org . The subject line of the email should read: *Kerr-Lawson Prize Submission, [author’s name]* Deadline for submissions is November 30, 2015.