Contest

The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center is proud to announce our first annual “Short Story Contest!”

The first annual “Short Story Contest” was born from the minds of our Arkansas State University Public Relations consultants who are creating a campaign for us this semester.  We hope to have a great turn out for the contest this year and hope to advance it to other students who are out of state next year.  Our goal is to enrich the lives of students all over the state by allowing them the opportunity to have their work recognized at the state and national level.

The contest is open to undergraduate students of any major that attend an Arkansas university.  Submissions should be short story fiction (any subject matter), with a maximum page limit of five pagesNaomi Wood, renowned author of The Godless Boys and Mrs. Hemingway, has gladly agreed to be our judge for the contest.  To learn more about Wood please read her biography attached here: Naomi Wood Biography

If you’re an Arkansas college student we invite you to enter the contest and join us in this pioneering undertaking; if not please share this contest with an Arkansas college student you know and encourage them to enter.  It will be a great resume additive!

For additional information please read our Short Story Contest Flyer and Rules and Regulations.

We can’t wait to begin accepting admissions so hurry up and send them our way!  We’re looking forward to reading the original works of the best of the best Arkansas college students!

Drop us a comment if you like if you have any questions or thoughts; we love interacting with our fans.  And until next time, have a great weekend!

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