The Writers’ Union of Canada has launched its 13th annual Postcard Story Competition, inviting writers to say something memorable in 250 words or fewer for a shot at the $750 prize.
The winning entry will be published in postcard format and distributed in Write, the Writers’ Union magazine.
Deadline for entries is February 14, 2012. The winner will be announced in May.
The contest is open to any Canadian citizen or landed immigrant, published or unpublished, who can pen original English-language fiction or non-fiction, render it in double-spaced, 12-point type on white paper, slip it into an envelope with a $7.50 cheque or money order and mail it to the Writers’ Union office.
Don’t staple anything. And no electronic submissions, please.
Writers Clayton Bailey, John Lent and Nerys Parry will decide whose postcard is the snappiest.
Send entries to The Writers’ Union of Canada, 90 Richmond Street East, Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1P1. Rules and regulations are available at: www.writersunion.ca/cn_postcard.asp