Enter the 2014 League for Innovation Literary Contest

It’s time once again for the annual League for Innovation Literary Contest.

This year’s national competition, “INNER MOONLIGHT,” is being hosted by Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas.

Contest details: See the link below for specific details.

Students enrolled in Fall 2013 or Winter 2014 classes are encouraged to enter!
For more information, contact Seattle Central’s coordinator:

Jeb Wyman
Office Phone: 206-934-5431
Office: BE4106j
Mailstop: 4128

The four categories are: fiction, one-act play, personal essay, and poetry. Student winners at the local District level advance to the national competition. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, March 19. To be eligible, students must submit a fully completed application form as well as their entry on BOTH hard copy (to the campus coordinator’s office) AND in e-version (emailed to the campus coordinator as a Word attachment).

Last year, Audrey Ackerman, South Seattle Community College, won second place nationally for her play “Close to the Son” and James K. Smith, also from South, won second for his short story “Elf-Kicker.” The Seattle Community Colleges District has garnered first and/or second places in the last five national competitions, and this year promises more winners.