BookFest Windsor Announces 2018 Student Writing Contest

BookFest Windsor members pose with the 2016 winners of the Student Writing Contest.Photo courtesy of BookFest Windsor/Facebook.

BookFest Windsor members pose with the 2016 winners of the Student Writing Contest.
Photo courtesy of BookFest Windsor/Facebook.

(WINDSOR, ON) – All students from grades 1 through 12 are being invited to enter BookFest Windsor’s 2018 Student Writing Contest. This year’s theme, The Power of Words, can be expressed in French or English as a poem or short story.

Poem submissions can be in any style or length while short story entries may be up to 500 words. All must be original works and previously unpublished, but each student can submit up to three pieces.

Students will compete in three age-related categories; 6 through 8, 9 to 13, and 14 to 19.

The contest winners will be eligible to read their work during BookFest Windsor between October 18 and 21, and will be published on the BookFest Windsor website.

The deadline to enter is June 8 and may be done by email or by snail mail to BookFest Windsor Student Writing Contest c/o Literary Arts Windsor at 267 Villaire Avenue in Windsor, N8S 2J1.

For more information and entry rules, visit “BookFest Windsor Student Writing Contest” on Facebook.

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