Youth fiction Writing Contests
Fiction Contest Theme 2014: “The People Our Parents Warned Us About”
The Fiction Writing Contest encourages and rewards creative writing in Texas schools. Junior and high school Texas students are invited to submit a piece of original fiction, no more than 2, 000 words in length. The submissions are judged by Texas Book Festival authors, local educators, and leaders in the publishing industry.
Each year the Festival provides a unique theme. Judges look for excellence in use of dialogue, character development, setting, plot, conflict, and resolution. Submitted entries are considered in three divisions: grades 7-8; grades 9-10; and grades 11-12.
Winners receive a cash prize: $250 for first place, $100 for second, and $50 for third. In addition, first place winners are awarded a plaque, have their stories published on the TBF website, and are invited to participate on a panel during the Texas Book Festival weekend. The Texas Book Festival provides accommodations for the first place winners and their family for one night.
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