NW Creative Writing Festival—Tigard, OR (Mail-in event)

March 9, 2018
Gaarde Christian School


Creative Writing Festival – (mail-in event): 
ACSI Creative Writing Festival exists to provide an opportunity for students to develop writing abilities, share written work with others, and to have their written work evaluated. Individuals submit poetry, essays, or short stories for evaluation. Students receiving "Superior" evaluations will have their work published in the ACSI Northwest Creative Writing Collection. Both the student and the school will receive a copy of the collection.

Fees:
$60—School Registration Fee
$12—Per Student Participation Fee

Creative Writing Festival Handbooks & Resources





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