8 October 2010

Stevenson Encourages Entries For Creative Writing Competition

Banff & Buchan MSP Stewart Stevenson has encouraged his constituents to enter the ‘see me’ national creative writing competition which has three categories: Short story, poetry or a tweet and it is open to anyone living in Scotland who is interested in writing.

Commenting on the competition, Mr Stevenson said:

“I would urge any interested constituents to get their thinking caps on and give this a go by stating what support means to you. This, by doing so, can help to inspire others.

“The theme of ‘Support’ is open to your own interpretation. Support is given and received by us all from family, friends, neighbours, teachers and colleagues in our everyday lives and I’m sure we can all recall an experience when support given has been crucial.

“Entrants should draw from their personal experiences or use their imagination for the competition and can enter their piece in one of the three categories of either a short story (max 1,500 words), a poem (max 500 words) or a tweet submitted via Twitter (max 140 characters).

“To all entrants I wish good luck and for those seeking additional information, including entry forms, they should visit:”

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