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a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards




Over 27,000 copies sold! 



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Central Coast Writers Spring Writing Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, November 20, 2010 Under: Contest

The two winners of the Central Coast Writers Branch Spring 2011 Writing Contest will each receive $500 and have their work published (print and online) in the Spring 2011 Homestead Review produced by Hartnell College. *Winning entries also will be published on their Web site.

Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published. Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere. Our contest is open to all writers — you do not need to be a member of CCW to enter.

Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 non-member / $9 member per story. Poetry: $5 non-member / $3 member per poem. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers.
Multiple Entries: Enter as many times as you wish, with separate fee for each entry.
Maximum Length: Short story: 4,000 words. Poetry: no restriction.
Submission Period: September 15, 2010 through January 15, 2011 (by postmark). Note: Entries postmarked before or after submission period will be returned.
Submit to: CCW Writing Contest, P.O. Box 997, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Please note: Do not send your only copy. Entries will not be returned.
 

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Central Coast Writers Spring Writing Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, November 20, 2010 Under: Contest

The two winners of the Central Coast Writers Branch Spring 2011 Writing Contest will each receive $500 and have their work published (print and online) in the Spring 2011 Homestead Review produced by Hartnell College. *Winning entries also will be published on their Web site.

Eligibility: Open to all work not previously published. Simultaneous submissions allowed, but you must notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere. Our contest is open to all writers — you do not need to be a member of CCW to enter.

Entry Fee: Short stories: $15 non-member / $9 member per story. Poetry: $5 non-member / $3 member per poem. Make your check payable to Central Coast Writers.
Multiple Entries: Enter as many times as you wish, with separate fee for each entry.
Maximum Length: Short story: 4,000 words. Poetry: no restriction.
Submission Period: September 15, 2010 through January 15, 2011 (by postmark). Note: Entries postmarked before or after submission period will be returned.
Submit to: CCW Writing Contest, P.O. Box 997, Pacific Grove, CA 93950. Please note: Do not send your only copy. Entries will not be returned.
 

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