Home is

I love the work of The Footpath library.    The philosophy of this project is that books enrich lives and everyone should have access to them.

At the moment they have the Epic Short Story Competition.   It’s on a topic dear to my heart ‘Home is’   What does it mean to you or someone you know? Express it in a short story.  Whilst you’re visiting the site why not think about how you can support them in the work they do.


To find out more visit Footpath Library – Epic Competition.

A competition for High school and Primary Students.

Students are invited to submit a short story under 300 words focusing the theme of “Home is …”.

Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in two age categories – Primary Students and High School Students. For each age category the prizes are:
1st prize – Notebook laptop
2nd prize – Camcorder
3rd prize – Digital camera

Prizes may change at the discretion of The Footpath Library.
There will also be an Honour Roll of highly commended entries and selected entrants will receive book packs. The winners’ short stories will also be published on this website and on the Hoopla website.

The Competition opens on Day One Term One 2015 and all entries must be submitted by 5pm (AEDST) on Thursday 2 April 2015.  Click here to enter.

The winner and any runners up of the Competition will be publicly announced at a date to be determined by The Footpath Library.

Entries must address the theme of “Home is …” and meet the technical specifications as detailed on the entry page. NB: By submitting an entry you are automatically bound by The Footpath Library Short Story Competition Rules 2015.

If you have any queries please contact: comp@footpathlibrary.org

Published by June

Writer, photographer, lover of unity in diversity in thought and humanity - poet by nature, world citizen

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