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This contest is now closed!To re-open near the end of 2009.
Thank you to all that participated!
Contest Moderators: [Linderel] and [Artsieladie].
1. NO STEALING LITERATURE.
The entry MUST be written by you. If anyone is found to be stealing someone else's work they will be disqualified from this and all future official written contests. The piece that you enter can be old, but it must not have been submitted previously in an different official
contest. If your work has been submitted into a non-official contest, then you may still enter it here.
2. No fan-fiction in this contest.
We accept that you may be inspired from somewhere, but if you write a story with a land called Marmia containing Baslam the lion, it's not going to cut it with us. Original work here please.
If you're submitting a prose entry, the story must be no less than 500 words and no more than 3000.
Since the chosen poems will be featured on Main Street, we wouldn't like them to be too long. Anywhere in the range of 8-40 lines is acceptable. Be creative but please keep that in mind!
4. No pornography or excessive violence please. Use your common sense as to what would be acceptable and what not, but the crew's decision in this matter is final.
5. You may submit one entry to this contest.
6. Quality restrictions. If you want us to put effort into reading the entry, put effort into writing it. Entries with exceptionally bad spelling and/or grammar will be disqualified. If your entry isn't going to make the cut, we'll put a comment underneath it saying so.
Theme and deadline
What will we be expecting?
is: Year of the (Earth) Ox (Read more: Ox (zodiac)
Note: Two entries will be picked out by the Council
among all those presented.
Participants will receive green worm badges, and winners will receive a coloured version of the same.
Go or return to:
- CNYC Written Entries
- Chinese New Year Competition
- Chinese New Year Art Competition
- Chinese New Year Photography Competition
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