short story contest (no fee): Morrison House Hotel
- Morrison House Hotel Short Story Contest
Each Kimpton hotel has a distinct personality and a soul of its own – a
story. The stories are varied and colorful; wine, art, history, food, and
architecture to name a few. Each unique story promises you adventure,
delightful surprises while offering the familiarity and style of the Kimpton
The story of Morrison House is Literature.
Morrison House is nestled in the heart of old town Alexandria, Virginia - an
area rich with legend and history. It's a place that causes visitors to
reflect on the stories and historical significance of what lies before them.
wonders who once lived in the charming historic row houses and what lives
unfolded in the exquisite buildings noted for their Georgian architecture.
literature ask us to pause and reflect on the stories of the characters
therein and even of the author.
Morrison House serves as the perfect civilized retreat for literary pursuits
in contrast to the intensity and fast pace of nearby Washington DC. The
attentive staff, period furniture, soothing colors, and many cozy nooks all
an escape conducive to relaxation and reading. The Library is an inviting
whose only designation it is to host those with a passion for books and
We invite you to curl up with a good book and enjoy your stay at Morrison
House. We hope it's only one of many chapters with us.
Morrison House Short Story Contest
The Morrison House, an elegant 4-star, 4 diamond boutique hotel would like to
invite you to enter our Morrison House Short Story Contest. The winner will
receive a weekend stay for two, breakfast one morning and parking at the
Morrison House in Alexandria.
The Second place winner will receive a $50 gift certificate.
The Third place winner will receive a $25 gift certificate.
Submit one fiction or non-fiction short story about the Morrison House.
Stories should not exceed more than 3,000 words.
Deadline July 31, 2007-winners will be notified by August 31, 2007.
All stories must be accompanied by an entry form.
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