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If you’re just coming out of hibernation and are worried that the 2014 EWF Short Story Contest deadline is too tight – relax!
Spring has been so long in coming, our internal calendars are fried... or maybe frozen. It still feels like winter and the thought of getting something written in time for the Short Story Contest deadline was probably way down on your list of things to do -- somewhere closer to getting the lawnmower out; or going outside without a hat and gloves...
So here's your second chance!
As long as your entry is in the mail by Thursday, April 17, you can still submit your story on the theme “Home” to our annual contest. The judges are ready, and our wonderful sponsors – the Elora Arts Council, the Community Resource Centre of North and Centre Wellington, and the Writer’s Life blog – are waiting to award prizes to the best short stories in the Adult, Teen and Youth categories.
Check out the Elora Writers’ Festival blog site for details.
Coming soon...A word from our judges. Four of our contest judges share what they look for in a story.
Questions? Feel free to contact Contest Chair, Jean Mills at: firstname.lastname@example.org