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    Whidbey Student Choice Contest http://www.whidbeystudents.com/WSContest.htm (go to website for entry instructions) Enjoy the freedom of the short form and see
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 8, 2007
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      Whidbey Student Choice Contest
      http://www.whidbeystudents.com/WSContest.htm
      (go to website for entry instructions)

      Enjoy the freedom of the short form and see your story in print.  The Whidbey
      Student Choice contest is looking for prose poetry, creative nonfiction,
      fiction, and children's literature.  Anyone can enter--regardless of age,
      education, or country of origin.  The only catch is that the piece must be fewer than
      1,000 words. Every month a new student judge takes the reins, and every month
      it's a struggle to pick a single favorite out of the field.  The winner
      receives $50 and the winning piece is published on the Whidbey Student website.

      If you've never entered before, do it now.  If you've sent us a little gem in
      the past and it didn't win, send it again.
      Once the judge finds something he/she loves, loves, loves, the mailbox on the
      student website closes, so don't delay.  For full details and guidelines, go
      to www.whidbeystudents.com.



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