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3rd Annual Gaithersburg Book Festival Opens its Contest for Local Students
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3rd Annual Gaithersburg Book Festival Opens its Contest for Local Students

 

According to Patch.com:

Organizers of the Third Annual Gaithersburg Book Festival announced that entries are now being accepted for this year's High School Short Story contest.

In three short years, The Gaithersburg Book Festival went from a local idea to a nationally recognized literary event that has authors and book lovers descending on Gaithersburg for one word-filled day in the spring. One of the main attractions for locals to the festival, which is scheduled next year on May 19, is the opportunity for young talent to shine by entering this contest.

Last year, the Gaithersburg Book Festival Short Story contest attracted 114 entries written by students from 10 counties from across the Washington metropolitan area. The winners of the 2011 contest were from Northwest High School, Richard Montgomery High School and Wootton High School.

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Written by Garine Isassi

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