Free Writing Contests with prizes
BEST EPITAPH: A WEEKLY CONTEST WITH A FREE BOOK PRIZE
CUT THESE WORDS INTO MY STONE: Ancient Greek Epitaphs was recently shortlisted for a PEN/America 2014 “Best Book of Poetry in Translation.”
To celebrate that good news, JHU Press, Goodreads, and PEN and are offering an Epitaph Writing Contest and awarding a free copy of CUT THESE WORDS to the Week’s Best Epitaph.
THE RULES ARE SIMPLE:
1. Write & send an original epitaph via the discussion thread for this group.
2. JHU Press will send each week’s winner a free copy of my book.in
3. Winner's mailing address must be US or Canada.
FOUR TIPS for WRITING AN EPITAPH:
1)Epitaphs are short and concise.
2)They convey a strong feeling.
3)Often someone is speaking (a relative, a friend; the deceased).
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