Are you ready to be an award-winning author or writer?
Submit to our contest and you may hear your name called at our Awards Program Saturday night.
Please note that if an entry has been entered into the North Georgia CWC contest and won, it may not be entered again.
Here are the categories and submission instructions for your UNPUBLISHED and UNCONTRACTED works:
Submit a nonfiction article of no more than 1,000 words.
Submit an outline, plus first 1,000 words.
|Children's Early Reader||
Submit a one paragraph summary, plus first 500 words,
Submit the entire work, without graphics.
Submit the Bible verse and short prayer/inspirational saying,
PLUS up to three devotionals that are up to 300 words each.
|Flash Fiction||(A short story of no more than 1000 words.) Submit entire piece.|
|Middle Grade Books||
Fiction or Nonfiction: Submit a one paragraph description, plus first 1,000 words.
Submit a one paragraph description of work, plus first 1,500 words.
|Novels (6 cats.)||
Submit a one paragraph description, plus first 1,500 words.
Submit up to 3 poems, single spaced. No more than 1 page per poem.
(A work of fiction of no more than 7,500) Submit a one paragraph description, plus first 1,500 words
Submit a one paragraph description, plus first 1,500 words
Submit a one paragaraph description, plus first 1,500 words
Must be received no later than July 1, 2019 at:
32939 Wolfs Trail
Sorrento, FL 32776
Each UNPUBLISHED, UNCONTRACTED submission must include a cover sheet with: Your name, email address, title of your work, and category entered.
Each page after should not include your name or any tell-tale evidence of the author.
Each submission should be double-spaced, Times New Roman (black), font size 12, with 1" margins.
Multiple submissions accepted, but not within the same category.
Include a check for $25 made out to "Word Weavers International" for each category entered.
You must be registered for the Conference to enter.
The judges reserve the right to switch the category for an entry, to cancel a category if the number of entries is insufficient
or to decide not to have a winner if the level of the best entries is not up to publishing industry standards.