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May 15, 2020 2020-05-15

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National Children’s Short Story Contest

Barnes & Noble has launched its first National Children’s Short Story Contest for young storytellers and promising wordsmiths. Barnes & Noble is calling on children aged 6–12 to share their original short stories for a chance to be published in a book. Parents or legal guardians can submit an original written or graphic short story on behalf of children. The suggested word count is 300 to 800 words or four pages of a graphic story (black & white). Fifteen select entrants will be published in a book sold exclusively at Barnes & Noble this holiday season, with proceeds going to charity. The 15 winners and 15 runners-up will also get a signed book from bestselling author Gail Carson Levine, who will be writing a foreword to the published book. Winners and runners-up will also be featured on Barnes & Noble’s social channels.

Deadline: May 29, 2020, for submission of short stories

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