Wolfner Library's Teen Poetry Contest
TEEN WRITING CONTEST
Wolfner Library hosts a teen writing contest for patrons age 13 to 18 annually. This year we are adding a new component to our writing contest: flash fiction! What is flash fiction? Flash fiction is a form of short story that consists of between 300 to 1,500 words.
The submission period begins October 15th.
The final day to submit poems and/or flash fiction is
First Place: iPad or Samsung tablet with Bluetooth keyboard
Second Place: Livescribe™ Aegir Smartpen, Blue Dolphin Education Edition
Participation Prize: Playaway® audiobook of The Grammar Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips to Clean Up Your Writing by Mignon Fogarty
Winners will be chosen and their names will be listed in Wolfner Library’s Spring Newsletter.
Thanks to the Friends of Wolfner Library for providing funding for prizes!
Teen Writing Contest Submission Guidelines:
- Must be written by a Wolfner Library patron between the ages of 13 and 18
- Signed release form is required
- Patron may submit more than one poem or flash fiction, but would only be able to win once
- Poem(s) or flash fiction should be original work by the participant
- Poem(s) or flash fiction may not contain any of the following:
- Strong Language
- Sexual Content
Submit typed, hand written, or brailled work and a completed release form to:
C/O Youth Librarian
600 W Main St
PO BOX 387
Jefferson City, MO 65102
or scan typed or hand written poem and email* to: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Subject line must state: 2019/20 TEEN WRITING CONTEST