Our jury team can’t wait to start reading your poetry and short story entries for this week’s contest!
We want your short stories, and essays to talk about reminisces. Whether it was facing a fear head-on or taking on an daunting task, we want to read about those times when bravery shone through. For poetry, we want poems that inspire the mind.
We’ve been anxiously waiting to start reading your entries for this week’s contest and we can’t wait to give feedback on what you’ve created. As we mentioned in our previous blog post, we’re looking for poems and short stories that are thoughtful, creative, and emotionally-charged. If you’re feeling creative and want to experiment with a new genre, or if you’re still working on your latest work and want feedback, submitting your entries to this week’s contest is the perfect way to get started.
How to submit your poetry or short story entries:
- Make sure your poem or short story is complete. We want to be able to get a good sense of the storyline, characters, and overall tone of your work.
- Write in a clear and concise format. Try to avoid using flowery language and jagged sentence-breaks – our jury team needs to be able to read your work without difficulty.
We can’t wait to start reading your submissions and giving you feedback! We hope you enjoyed this week’s blog post and that you’re excited to start submitting your poetry and short stories for this week’s contest. As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We can’t wait to read your entries and give you feedback on what you’ve created.