Pen some prose or poetry – and perhaps win a prize

Deadline the end of June for White Rock and Surrey Writer's Club literary contest.

Writers have until June 30 to explore some new inspirations or dust off an unsold manuscripts.

That’s the deadline for submissions to the White Rock and Surrey Writers’ Club’s upcoming literary contest.

Prizes will be awarded in both prose and poetry, with the winning entry in each taking $100, while second place entries will receive $50.

Prose can be fiction or creative non-fiction (1000 words maximum). Poetry must be a maximum of 40 lines.

All entries must be original and not previously published for a fee.

They must be typed, double spaced, with the title and page number on each page.

To avoid disqualification the author’s name can’t appear on the manuscript itself: title, author’s name and contact information must be provided on a separate page.

Entries (accompanied by a cheque or money order for $10 made payable to White Rock and Surrey Writers’ Club are to be mailed to: White Rock-Surrey Writers’ Club Literary Contest, c/o Semiahmoo Arts, 14600 North Bluff Road, White Rock, BC V4B 3C9.

For further information, contact Semiahmoo Arts at 604-526-8333 or e-mail: wrandswc@gmail.com

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