What is Write-On?
Write-On is a series of writing events for teens. Every fall the library hosts:
- A writing contest for fanfiction, poetry/song lyrics, and short stories
- A writing workshop
- A young adult author visit. This year we welcome Nic Stone. Past authors have included Julie Murphy, Jason Reynolds, A. S. King, Barry Lyga, John Green, and more.
Who can participate?
Cool Compositions and writing workshop are open to students in grades 7-12 with an Indian Prairie Public Library card or who attend a school within the Indian Prairie Public Library district.
All community members are invited to attend the author visit.
Why should you participate?
To have fun! To create! To dare! To dream! To win fantastic prizes!
First, second, and third place winners in each category will be announced November 7, 2018 at An Evening with Nic Stone. Thank you to all of our 2018 participants. Submissions for Cool Compositions will open again Fall of 2019.
- Submissions open Sunday, September 16 at 1 p.m.
- Original short stories and fanfiction must be 2,000-6,000 words. Poetry and song lyrics may be any length. All words must be your own.
- Entrants may enter up to 3 submissions in each category.
- Entries must be typed, double spaced, and in a 12 point font. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation will count.
- Please submit online entries as a Word (.docx) file.
How can I find out more?
Write-On is sponsored by The Gift of Carl Foundation.