Enter the League for Innovation writing contest. You could win a cash prize and get your piece published!
Open to Eastfield College students enrolled in fall 2019 or spring 2020.
Entries must be original, unpublished works written by the contestant.
Contestants can submit multiple entries in multiple categories.
Short Fiction: up to 3,500 words per entry
Personal Essay: up to 2,500 words per entry. Note: No research papers or literary analyses
Poetry: up to 67 lines per entry
One-Act Play: up to 3,500 words, including stage directions/production notes, per
First Place: $100, publication and advancement to the district competition
Second Place, Third Place, Honorable Mention: Publication
Friday, March 6
Dr. Rufel RamosEastfield LFI Literary Competition CoordinatorRRamos@dcccd.edu | 972-860-7361 | Room G138
Cover page for each entry must include these eight parts:
After the cover page, include in upper right corner of each entry page this three-part
The cover page for each entry must be complete, with all
eight items. After the cover page, author’s name must not appear on any page of
the entry itself.
Email enrollment verification, cover page and entries to: Dr. Rufel Ramos at email@example.com
March 27All winners of the competition will be announced. All of the winning entries will
be published in the Sigma Kappa Delta-sponsored student literary journal The
Eclectic. First place entries will be submitted to the DCCCD competition, hosted by
Cedar Valley College. First place DCCCD entries will be submitted to the national
competition, hosted this year by Kirkwood Community College, Iowa.