"Love Your Library" Six Word Story Contest Deadline to Enter -- February 26
February is “Love Your Library” Month! To celebrate, the Atlantic City Free Public Library is challenging teens and adults to write a story on this theme with just six words.
According to legend, Ernest Hemingway placed a bet that he could write a novel in six words. If that legend is true, he won with “For sale: Baby shoes. Never worn.” Now it’s your turn!
Patrons may submit up to three original six word stories through this online form. Your story must be six words in length. You may use one contraction, such as I'm, can't, wasn't, etc., per story.
Don't forget to use our theme! Our judges will read each story and choose winners in the following age ranges: 13-18 and 19 and older.
If you'd like to see some examples of other six word stories you can visit the following sites for inspiration:
The deadline for entries is February 26th. For more information, please call 609 345-2269 x.3051 or 3075.
First and Last Name
19 and older
What is the best way to reach you? Phone or email? If phone please list phone number.
Please enter your six word story.
By entering the Love Your Library Six Word Contest you give the Atlantic City Free Public Library the rights to post your story and name in the Library and in our media outlets.
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