Thursday, October 12, 2017

Everybody Writes about "Black River"

Writers of all ages are encouraged to enter Everybody Writes, a local contest inspired by the annual Everybody Reads community reading program. This year, entries are being sought on the topics of redemption, forgiveness, The power of music, faith or pain. These topics were based upon Everybody Reads’ 2017 selected novel “Black River” by S.M. Hulse which addresses these same themes and emotions. Winners receive a Kindle Voyage or Amazon Gift Cards and will be announced at author events scheduled for November 6-9 across the Palouse and L.C. Valley.
One submission per person is allowed. Entries of poetry, fiction or non-fiction with a maximum of 800 words. Entries are due by midnight on October 22, 2017 to

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