2nd Annual Nature’s Storytellers Writing Contest Guidelines

2nd Annual Nature’s Storytellers Writing Contest Guidelines

Are you one of nature’s storytellers? Do you have a story to tell about the land, water, or wildlife around you? Share your words with the community!

 

CONTEST GUIDELINES

We’re looking for original writing about or relating to the natural world, especially the wild things that live and breathe in our special place on this earth, in Central Washington. Stories can involve nature as characters, narrators, heroes, villains, tricksters, or something totally different. It’s up to you!

 

CONTENT FORMS

We’re accepting works in the following three forms:

Prose (Fiction or Creative Non-Fiction): 5,000-word max / no minimum

Poetry: 500-word max / no minimum

AGE CATEGORIES

We’re accepting works from the following two age groups: Youth (18 and under) and Adult

 

DEADLINE

Submission Deadline: EXTENDED TO: Wednesday, February 24, 2021

 

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

 

 

PRIZES!

  • Contest winners will be published in an e-book created by the Yakima Valley Libraries.
  • 1st and 2nd Prizes (TBD) from community businesses will be awarded in four categories Adult & Youth Prose, Adult & Youth Poetry.
  • Winners will be invited to perform their work as part of a live Virtual Reading event held over Zoom on the evening of Wednesday March 17, 2021.

 

 

JUDGING

Winners will be selected by a panel of judges from Cowiche Canyon Conservancy volunteers.

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Cowiche Canyon and Snow Mountain Ranch trails are OPEN. Please note: Most Rocky Top trails are currently open. However, Single track trails within the William O. Douglas Natural Resource Conservation Area remain CLOSED due to erosion damage — EXCEPT for the William O. Douglas ridge top trail connecting Rock Top and Snow Mountain Ranch, which remains OPEN. Please respect trail closures. Closures are for the long-term health of the trails. Closed trails can reopen once the erosion is able to be fixed or addressed within the WOD Conservation Area

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