Theme: Crossing Borders
Students of Shoreline Community College may submit a fictional short-story that reflects what the importance of crossing borders means, physically or metaphorically.
Email entries to Tferris@shoreline.edu with the subject line: Crossing Borders
Contact TaChalla Ferris (Tferris@shoreline.edu) for any questions
You can't start writing your novel until November 1st, but you can go to the Kick-Off party and start right at midnight with a whole group of other writers. It's a late night gathering where aspiring novelists can learn more about NaNoWriMo while getting tools for success and treats for fun!
Come Write In! The library has comfortable chairs, outlets for you to charge your devices, well-lit places, and lots of reference books to help with character names, places, and details. Write-In Wednesdays are the perfect time to work on your submission to the Crossing Borders Creative Writing Contest.
Write-In Wednesdays is open to students as well as non-students. The campus parking lots are free after 4, making it a perfect time to stop in and get comfortable!