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2012 WOX Halloween Spooky Story Contest

Updated: 2012-09-20
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The days are getting shorter and fall is in the air. As Halloween is approaching, you now have a chance to win prizes for writing a spooky story, real or fictional. It's the time for new beginnings and creative endeavors.
It might seem a little early for ghosts, goblins and ghouls, but WOX is getting into the spirit of Halloween and is looking for creepy compositions for its Short Spooky Stories contest.
The contest is a great way to use writing and artistic skills to capture the spirit of Halloween.
The winning compositions will also be published on the WOX website just in time for Halloween and may even be shared at the WOX Halloween Costume Party at the night of 26th Oct.
The contest is open to all expats, native English speakers and English-learners in Xiamen who are ready to take on the challenge. Submissions will be judged on grammar, originality and spookiness. Stories must be no longer than 1500 words. So fire up your imaginations and get writing.
Email your compositions to
editor@whatsonxiamen.com or woxinfo@whatsoxiamen.com. Include your name, email address and contact number in your email. Please send the story as an attachment.
The deadline for submissions is 24th October. You will be notified via the WOX website and email if your story is selected for the prizes.
Competition rules:
1) The editor's decision is final.
2) Entries received after closing date will not be entered.
3) The chosen winners can be also invited to dress up in Halloween Costume Party, enjoy the discount on the party and win prizes.
Choices of prizes:
To be confirmed.
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