Tag: Ethos Literacy

  • Contest :: January 31 Deadline to Enter Ethos Literacy’s 3rd Annual Contest

    Ethos Literacy Short Short Story Contest 2022

    Deadline: January 31, 2022
    Ethos Literacy—a nonprofit literacy program—is still accepting entries to its 3rd Annual Short Short Story Contest. 100-word limit on one of these topics: chewing gum, horror movies, skyscrapers, or tubas. Cash prizes: Best in Contest: $250; Best Youth Prize (14 years or younger): $100; 4 Best of Category: $100; People’s Choice $100. Publication in a digital magazine + webcast of winners reading their stories. Submission fee: $10. Proceeds support literacy programs for teens and adults. Learn more at their website.

  • Contest :: Take on a Challenge & Support Literacy with Ethos Literacy

    Ethos Literacy Short Short Story Contest 2022

    Deadline: January 31, 2022
    Ethos Literacy—a nonprofit literacy program—announces its 3rd Annual Short Short Story Contest. 100-word limit on one of these topics: chewing gum, horror movies, skyscrapers, or tubas. Cash prizes: Best in Contest: $250; Best Youth Prize (14 years or younger): $100; 4 Best of Category: $100; People’s Choice $100. Publication in a digital magazine + webcast of winners reading their stories. Submission fee: $10. Proceeds support literacy programs for teens and adults.

  • Contest :: 3rd Annual Short Short Story Contest to Support Literacy

    Ethos Literacy Short Short Story Contest 2022Deadline: January 31, 2022
    Ethos Literacy—a nonprofit literacy program—announces its 3rd Annual Short Short Story Contest. 100 word limit on one of these topics: chewing gum, horror movies, skyscrapers, or tubas. Cash prizes: Best in Contest: $250; Best Youth Prize (14 years or younger): $100; 4 Best of Category: $100; People’s Choice $100. Publication in a digital magazine + webcast of winners reading their stories. Submission fee: $10. Proceeds support literacy programs for teens and adults.

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