Submit contest entries to CityTechLAF@gmail.com
Indicate in the header of the email the category being entered:
- Adolphus Lee Poetry Award
- Charles Matusik Fiction Award
- Lou Rivers Drama Award
- Graphic Text Award
- Alan Kay Literary Criticism Award
- Judith Walter Personal Essay Award
- Laura Polla Scanlon Award for Best Essay on New York
- Michele Forsten Advocacy Award
- Charles Hirsch Faculty and Staff Award
LAF Writing Competition Postcard 2016
After all your brainstorming and drafting, writing and revising, today is the last day to submit that piece you’ve been polishing for the writing competition! Submissions are due by midnight tonight. Don’t forget to send your work to CityTechLAF (at) gmail (dot) com.
Your wishes were granted: the Writing Competition deadline was extended until today! Just an hour remains for you to submit your work. Be sure to follow the instructions and submit your best work in the appropriate category. Best of luck!
Are you a City Tech student, faculty member, or staff member interested in submitting your work for the Literary Arts Festival? If so, please consider submitting your work for the Writing Competition–you can win fame and fortune if yours fares well with the judges. The catch? the deadline is TODAY! Mere hours remain in the competition!
For more information, refer back to this earlier post about the competition, or check out this poster:
Now accepting submissions! Read below for details, or download a copy of the LAF Writing Competition Poster 2014 for yourself.
Mere hours remain in this year’s Literary Arts Festival’s writing competition. Have your submission ready to go and submit it electronically to CityTechLAF (at) gmail (dot) com. Don’t miss your chance!
Just hearing about this writing competition for the first time? Read all about it here!
So tomorrow is the deadline for the Literary Arts Festival’s writing competition. In case you misplaced your copy of the writing competition flyer, or don’t want to scroll down a little, here it is again. What are you planning to submit? Have you already written it? Are you driven by a deadline? Now is your time to shine!
There are only a few more days until the March 20th deadline for the writing competition–have you submitted your writing yet? There are many different categories, so there is sure to be one that fits the writing you’ve been working on lately. Notice in particular the Alan Kay Literary Criticism Award–it’s a new category this year, and it’s the perfect opportunity to revise, proofread, and polish one of your academic essays in which you analyze a literary text.
What are you planning to submit by Wednesday?