Enter the Library’s 2018 Spring Super Short Story Writing Contest!
Theme: Travel (Pilgrimage, leaving your comfort zone, stranger in a strange land, adventures of the mind, body, or spirit, distant shores, significant change in your life…)
We’re looking for your story written in the style of flash fiction. It should be between 75-150 words in length, have a title, and be related to this spring's theme, TRAVEL. (We welcome multiple perspectives on travel. It could be pilgrimage, leaving your comfort zone, stranger in a strange land, adventures of the mind, body, or spirit, distant shores, significant change in your life…)
Who can enter? Students and employees of Seattle Central College.
How to enter? Submit your story online via the link right here on this web page. Entries must include your name & current email address/phone number. One entry per person. Previously published stories will not be considered.
Why bother? Creative expression can be a transformative medium to enrich lived experiences.
Entry Deadline: Friday, May 28 (Deadline extended!)
- 3 student winners receive a gift certificate to nourish body or mind.
- winning employees enjoy the recognition of their peers.
- winning stories will be published on the library's web page.
- the library will host an afternoon reception with readings and light refreshments on June 6 at 2pm.
Join us for a reception with readings and cookies on Wednesday June 6 from 2:00-3:00pm in the library classroom A.
We'll post the winning entries after the reception.
Johnny Horton (English) and Ann Levine (ESL) are excited to team up with Kelley McHenry (Library) to coordinate our writing contest.