Mrs. Morecraft's Writing Contest
please submit entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
You MUST write 'Contest Entry for Oct. 14' in the subject line of the e-mail with your submission attached in order for your entry to be received.
Rules and guidelines:
1.You may submit an original short story, a poem, an article, or song.
2.Word limit, 1,000 words, (use your computer's word count feature).
3.The topic may be fictional or based on reality. (Remember to write with a Christian mindset, so guard your heart and words accordingly. Listen to Week I of the webinar for guidelines in this regard).
4.Please indicate your name and age on your entry. Entries will be loosely divided into three age groups for each category of writing: 12 or younger, 13-17, 18 and older.
5.Prizes will be awarded to the top three writers in each category and age group.
6. Entry deadline is October 14th, 12 o'clock midnight, Eastern Standard Time.
No late entries will be accepted.
7.One entry per person.
8.Please send your entry to email@example.com.
9.No reply will be sent to acknowledge your entry due to the number of people who may submit entries -- sorry.
10.Winners will be chosen by a panel of expert judges. If in attendance at the SAICFF (San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival), the winners will be awarded their prize during the festival by Bertha Jean herself! If not in attendance, the winners will receive their prize in the mail. Winning entries will be featured on one of the last two sessions of the webinar as well.
11. Judging will be unbiased as each entry will be given a number so that the identity of each entrant will be unknown until judging is complete.
Partial list of prizes to be awarded:
The Grand Prize: Mrs. Morecraft will personally assist you in editing your work and pursuing publication. The Grand Prize winner will also receive a copy of Verses of Virtue, edited by Beall Phillips and Roots & Vines, a poetry book by Rebecca B. Morecraft.
Other prize-winners will receive one of the following: autographed copies of Mrs. Morecraft's poetry book, autographed copies of Verses of Virtue, Vision Forum's calligraphy box and pens and journals or similar prizes.