The New Orleans Public Library wants your short story, poem, or essay for our 2020 Winter Writing Contest. This year's theme is "Roots."
Entry Deadline: Friday, February 28 at 5pm
Printed submissions can be dropped off at any New Orleans Public Library location. Please include the completed entry form with any submissions. Entries can
also be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put “2020 Winter Writing Contest” in the subject line. Paste the entire entry into the body of the email along with your name, email address, phone number, and Library card number. Emails with attachments will be deleted unread.
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