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League for Innovation National Student Literary Competition Information

Calling all budding authors, poets, and playwrights!


Seattle Colleges is now accepting entries for the League for Innovation National Student Literary Competition. To be recognized in this contest is a mark of great distinction and a tremendous honor. The quality of the writing is outstanding, and the judges are highly esteemed experts in their respective genres.

The first phase of the contest is at the district level. Award recipients chosen among district entrants will advance to the national competition. Cash prizes accompany recognition at both the district and national levels.

We encourage you to apply in one of the following categories:

  • Fiction (3,500-word limit)
  • Personal Essay (2,500-word limit)
  • Poetry (67-line limit
  • One Act Play (3,500-word limit)

The deadline to apply is Tuesday, March 13, 2018.

CONTEST RULES


Each entry must be submitted as a hard copy AND as a Word attachment in an email to the appropriate campus coordinator (see below).
A cover page is required, with the following information:

  • Author’s name
  • Home address and phone number
  • Title of entry
  • Note that a faculty signature is not necessary.

For more information, please contact your campus coordinator:

About the League for Innovation

The League for Innovation is an international nonprofit organization with a mission to cultivate innovation in the community college environment. Starting in 1968 by B. Lamar Johnson and a dozen U.S. community and technical college presidents, the League has proudly served community college institutions for almost five decades. The Seattle College District was one of the founding member institutions.
In the last three years, four first-place awardees at the national level have been students from Seattle Colleges. You could be among them!
Get more information about the national contest here; however, please address all questions to the campus coordinators.