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  • crwropps@aol.com
    Poetry and Short Story Contest winners will each receive $500 http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm Their winning work will be published
    Message 1 of 11 , Sep 5, 2008
      Poetry and Short Story Contest

      winners will each receive $500

      http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm


      Their winning work will be published in the Spring 2009 Homestead Review produced by Hartnell College. Note:  All contest entries will be considered for publication in Hartnell College’s Spring 2009 Homestead Review.

      Contest Rules


      Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published.  Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us if your work is accepted elsewhere.





      Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 per entry. Poetry:  $5 per entry. 





      Multiple Entries: You may enter as many times as you wish. 





      Maximum Length: Short story: 4000 words. Poetry: no restriction.





      Submission Period: August 15, 2008 through November 15, 2008 (by postmark)





      Submit to: CCW Contest, c/o Michael Thomas, P.O. Box 51805, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers.    Please note: entries will not be returned. 





      Format: Typed, white 8½ x11 paper, unstapled, single-sided, numbered pages, with title only (not your name) on upper left corner of all pages.  Short stories must be double-spaced.  Poetry should be formatted as you want it to appear.  Include a single cover sheet for short stories and a single cover sheet for poetry.  The cover sheet(s) must include the title(s) of your entry, your name, address, email address, phone number, and word count for20short stories.





      Notification: Winners will be notified by March 31, 2009 and announced in Scribbles, the Central Coast Writers branch monthly newsletter.






      Questions?: E-mail to ccw-contests(at)comcast.net (replace (at) with @)

      ccw-contests@...







      Finalist judges will be Homestead Review editors Maria Garcia Teutsch and Dr. Jessica Breheny, published authors in their respective genres of poetry and fiction.


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    • aejos
      CCW 2009 Spring Writing Contest http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm Poetry and Short Story winners will each receive $500 Their
      Message 2 of 11 , Sep 22, 2008
        CCW 2009 Spring Writing Contest
        http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm

        Poetry and Short Story winners will each receive $500

        Their winning work will be published in the Spring 2009 Homestead Review produced by
        Hartnell College. Note: All contest entries will be considered for publication in Hartnell
        College's Spring 2009 Homestead Review.

        Contest Rules

        Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published. Simultaneous submissions allowed,
        but you must notify us if your work is accepted elsewhere.

        Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 per story. Poetry: $5 per poem.

        Multiple Entries: You may enter as many times as you wish.

        Maximum Length: Short story: 4000 words. Poetry: no restriction.

        Submission Period: August 15, 2008 through November 15, 2008 (by postmark)

        Submit to: CCW Contest, c/o Michael Thomas, P.O. Box 51805, Pacific Grove, CA 93950.
        Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers. Please note: entries will not be
        returned.

        Format: Typed, white 8½ x11 paper, unstapled, single-sided, numbered pages, with title
        only (not your name) on upper left corner of all pages. Short stories must be double-
        spaced. Poetry should be formatted as you want it to appear. Include a single cover sheet
        for short stories and a single cover sheet for poetry. The cover sheet(s) must include the
        title(s) of your entry, your name, address, email address, phone number, and word count
        for short stories.

        Notification: Winners will be notified by March 31, 2009 and announced in Scribbles, the
        Central Coast Writers branch monthly newsletter.

        Questions?: E-mail to <ccw-contests(at)comcast.net> (replace (at) with @)

        Finalist judges will be Homestead Review editors Maria Garcia Teutsch and Dr. Jessica
        Breheny, published authors in their respective genres of poetry and fiction.
      • crwropps@aol.com
        Poetry and Short Story winners will each receive $500 http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm Their winning work will be published in
        Message 3 of 11 , Oct 3, 2008
          Poetry and Short Story

          winners will each receive $500

          http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm


          Their winning work will be published in the Spring 2009 Homestead Review produced by Hartnell College. Note:  All contest entries will be considered for publication in Hartnell College’s Spring 2009 Homestead Review.

          Contest Rules


          Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published.  Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us if your work is accepted elsewhere.





          Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 per story. Poetry:  $5 per poem. 





          Multiple Entries: You may enter as many times as you wish. 





          Maximum Length: Short story: 4000 words. Poetry: no restriction.





          Submission Period: August 15, 2008 through November 15, 2008 (by postmark)





          Submit to: CCW Contest, c/o Michael Thomas, P.O. Box 51805, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers.    Please note: entries will not be returned. 





          Format: Typed, white 8½ x11 paper, unstapled, single-sided, numbered pages, with title only (not your name) on upper left corner of all pages.  Short stories must be double-spaced.  Poetry should be formatted as you want it to appear.  Include a single cover sheet for short stories and a single cover sheet for poetry.  The cover sheet(s) must include the title(s) of your entry, your name, address, email address, phone number, and word count for short s
          tories.





          Notification: Winners will be notified by March 31, 2009 and announced in Scribbles, the Central Coast Writers branch monthly newsletter.





          Questions?: E-mail to ccw-contest(at)comcast.net (replace (at) with @)






          Finalist judges will be Homestead Review editors Maria Garcia Teutsch and Dr. Jessica Breheny, published authors in their respective genres of poetry and fiction.


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        • crwropps@aol.com
          Spring 2009 Central Coast Writers Contest Poetry and Short Story winners will each receive $500 http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm
          Message 4 of 11 , Nov 2, 2008
            Spring 2009 Central Coast Writers Contest

            Poetry and Short Story winners will each receive $500

            http://centralcoastwriters.org/2009-spring-contest-rules.htm


            Their winning work will be published in the Spring 2009 Homestead Review produced by Hartnell College. Note:  All contest entries will be considered for publication in Hartnell College’s Spring 2009 Homestead Review.

            Contest Rules


            Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published.  Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us if your work is accepted elsewhere.





            Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 per story. Poetry:  $5 per poem. 





            Multiple Entries: You may enter as many times as you wish. 





            Maximum Length: Short story: 4000 words. Poetry: no restriction.





            Submission Period: August 15, 2008 through November 15, 2008 (by postmark)





            Submit to: CCW Contest, c/o Michael Thomas, P.O. Box 51805, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers.    Please note: entries will not be returned. 





            Format: Typed, white 8½ x11 paper, unstapled, single-sided, numbered pages, with title only (not your name) on upper left corner of all pages.  Short stories must be double-spaced.  Poetry should be formatted as you want it to appear.  Include a single cover sheet for short stories and a single cover sheet for poetry.  The cover sheet(s) must include the title(s) of your entry, your name, address, email address, phone number, and word count for short stories.





            Notification: Winners will be notified by March 31, 2009 and announced in Scribbles, the Central Coast Writers branch monthly newsletter.





            Questions?: E-mail to <ccw-contests(at)comcast.net> (replace (at) with @)



            Finalist judges will be Homestead Review editors Maria Garcia Teutsch and Dr. Jessica Breheny, published authors in their respective genres of poetry and fiction.


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          • crwropps@aol.com
            Spring 2010 Writing Contest http://centralcoastwriters.org/2010-contest-rules.htm The two winners of the Central Coast Writers Branch 2010 writing contest will
            Message 5 of 11 , May 24, 2009
              Spring 2010 Writing Contest

              http://centralcoastwriters.org/2010-contest-rules.htm





              The two winners of the Central Coast Writers Branch 2010 writing contest will each receive $500 and have their work published (print and online) in the Spring 2010 Homestead Review produced by Hartnell College.* Winning entries also will be published on this Web site. Finalist judges will be Maria Garcia Teutsch and Dr. Jessica Breheny (published authors in their respective genres of poetry and fiction).

              Contest Rules
              Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published. Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere. Our contest is open to all writers—you do not need to be a member of CCW to enter.

              Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 per story. Poetry: $5 per poem.

              Multiple Entries: Enter as many times as you wish, with separate fee for each entry.

              Maximum Length: Short story: 4,000 words. Poetry: no restriction.

              Submission Period: September 15, 2009 through January 15, 2010 (by postmark). Note: Entries postmarked before or after submission period will be returned.

              Submit to: CCW Writing Contest, P.O. Box 51805, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers. Please note: Entries will not be returned.

              Format: Typed, white 8½ x 11 paper, single-sided, numbered pages, with title only (not your name) on upper left corner of all pages. Short stories must be double-spaced. Poetry should be formatted a
              s you want it to appear. We prefer staples over paper clips for stories and for poems longer than a page. Include a separate, single cover sheet for short stories and a single cover sheet for poetry. The cover sheet(s) must include the title(s) of your entry, your name, address, email address, phone number, and word count for short stories. On your cover sheet, please let us know how you heard about our contest (website, magazine ad, newsletter, flyer, friend, etc.).

              Notification: Winners will be notified by March 31, 2010 and announced in Scribbles, the Central Coast Writers’ newsletter.




              * Note: All contest entries will be considered for publication.

              Questions:
              E-mail ccw-contests@...




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            • crwropps@aol.com
              Poetry and Short Story Winners Published and $500 Prize! http://centralcoastwriters.org/2010-contest-rules.htm The two winners of the Central Coast Writers
              Message 6 of 11 , Jul 21, 2009
                Poetry and Short Story Winners Published and $500 Prize!

                http://centralcoastwriters.org/2010-contest-rules.htm

























                The two winners of the Central Coast Writers Branch 2010 writing contest will each receive $500 and have their work published (print and online) in the Spring 2010 Homestead Review produced by Hartnell College.* Winning entries also will be published on this Web site. Finalist judges will be Maria Garcia Teutsch and Dr. Jessica Breheny (published authors in their respective genres of poetry and fiction).

                Contest Rules
                Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published. Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere. Our contest is open to all writers—you do not need to be a member of CCW to enter.

                Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 per story. Poetry: $5 per poem.

                Multiple Entries: Enter as many times as you wish, with separate fee for each entry.

                Maximum Length: Short story: 4,000 words. Poetry: no restriction.

                Submission Period: September 15, 2009 through January 15, 2010 (by postmark). Note: Entries postmarked before or after submission period will be returned.

                Submit to: CCW Writing Contest, P.O. Box 51805, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers. Please note: Entries will not be returned.

                Format: Typed, white 8½ x 11 paper, single-sided, numbered pages, with title only (not your name) on upper left corner of all pages.=C
                2Short stories must be double-spaced. Poetry should be formatted as you want it to appear. We prefer staples over paper clips for stories and for poems longer than a page. Include a separate, single cover sheet for short stories and a single cover sheet for poetry. The cover sheet(s) must include the title(s) of your entry, your name, address, email address, phone number, and word count for short stories. On your cover sheet, please let us know how you heard about our contest (website, magazine ad, newsletter, flyer, friend, etc.).

                Notification: Winners will be notified by March 31, 2010 and announced in Scribbles, the Central Coast Writers’ newsletter.



                * Note: All contest entries will be considered for publication.

                Questions:
                E-mail <ccw-contests(at)comcast.net> (replace (at) with @)






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              • crwropps@aol.com
                The Central Coast Branch of the California Writers Club   Spring 2010 Writing Contest   Poetry and Short Story Winners Published and $500!   The two
                Message 7 of 11 , Aug 2, 2009
                  The Central Coast Branch

                  of the

                  California Writers Club

                   

                  Spring 2010 Writing Contest

                   

                  Poetry and Short Story Winners Published and $500!

                   

                  The two winners will get $500 each and will be published (print and on-line) in the 2010 Homestead Review ( Hartnell College - Salinas).

                   

                  (Note: All contest entries will be considered for publication.)

                   

                  Submission Period: Sep. 15, 2009 through Jan. 15, 2010 (by postmark)

                   

                  Contest Rules (see: www.centralcoastwriters.org)

                  Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published. Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere. Our contest is open to all writers—you do not need to be a member of CCW to enter.

                  Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 per story. Poetry: $5 per poem.

                  Multiple Entries: Enter as many times as you wish, with separate fee for each entry.

                  Maximum Length: Short story: 4,000 words. Poetry: no restriction.

                  Submission Period: September 15, 2009 through January 15, 2010 (by postmark).

                       Note: Entries postmarked before or after submission period will be returned.

                  Submit to: CCW Writing Contest, P.O. Box 51805, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers. Please note: Entries will not be returned.

                  Format: Typed, white 8½ x 11 paper, single-sided, numbered pages, with title only (not your name) on
                  upper left corner of all pages. Short stories must be double-spaced. Poetry should be formatted as you want it to appear. We prefer staples over paper clips for stories and for poems longer than a page. Include a separate, single cover sheet for short stories and a single cover sheet for poetry. The cover sheet(s) must include the title(s) of your entry, your name, address, email address, phone number, and word count for short stories. On your cover sheet, please let us know how you heard about our contest (website, magazine ad, newsletter, flyer, friend, etc.).

                  Notification: Winners will be notified by March 31, 2010 and announced in Scribbles, the Central Coast Writers’ newsletter.

                  Questions: E-mail <ccw-contests(at)comcast.net> (replace (at) with @)











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