Short story writer, editor and author of ‘The Son of your Father’s concubine’, ‘Seun Salami, introduces his first writing competition – End the Story.
The competition which is proudly supported by Bookvine, publishers of Salami’s book, is aimed at challenging the creativity of young Writers of African origin in order to improve their art.
Participants are expected to provide a conclusion (of not more than 500 words) to one of his most popular stories first published on YNaija.com, titled, ‘The Sex life of a Lagos mad woman’. It must be a creative and logical conclusion to the story.
The competition began on July 2, 2012 and entries close on July 15. It is open to all writers of African origin regardless of age and current location.
One winner and two runners-up will emerge based on votes from readers and the decision of three judges whose identities will be revealed when winners are announced on July 31, 2012.
The winner of the competition wins a BlackBerry Playbook, 3 books from Bookvine, an autographed copy of ‘The Son of your Father’s concubine’, an evening with ‘Seun Salami and another Bookvine author as well as first consideration for a Bookvine publishing deal.
The first runner-up wins an exquisite Bookvine Writers’ (Tools) pack, two books from Bookvine and an autographed copy of ‘The son of your Father’s concubine’ while the second runner-up also gets a Bookvine Writers’ (Tools) pack, one book from Bookvine and an autographed copy of ‘The son of your Father’s concubine’.
All entries must be sent via email to [email protected] before midnight on July 15, 2012. Please send your entry as a Microsoft Word attachment, typed in Times New Roman, font size 14, double line spacing. Please include your name, telephone number and a brief profile of not more than 50 words in the body of the mail. Multiple entries are not allowed. Entries that do not follow these guidelines may be disqualified.
All entries will be published on www.seunwrites.com in the order in which they are received.
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