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Writing Contest! Essay, Memoir, Interview and Fiction.

You could win up to $100 when you submit an Essay, Memoir, Interview, or Fiction story about work, employment, job relations, or lack thereof. WORK Literary Magazine seeks the finest thought and writing on the hottest topic of today. Deadlines vary by genre.
WORK Literary Magazine is happy to announce our annual workforce motivational agenda. Starting today, we are accepting applications to our benefits and promotions department.

Benefits and promotions include:
* publication!
* cash prizes!
* limited edition, promotional WORK team t-shirt!

Three categories to submit to are essay, memoir & interview, and fiction**.
You may win in any of the three categories.
Winners of each category will be awarded $50.
Editors will rank the category winners and one will be chosen as Employee of the Month, winning an additional $50 for a total of $100.

Employee of the Month Contest begins TODAY.

Deadline for Essay submissions: April 1, 2011
Deadline for Interview or Memoir submissions: April 29, 2011
Deadline for Fiction submissions: May 20, 2011

Employee of the Month, grand prize winner, will be announced: June 5, 2011

Submit to WORK's 2nd annual writing contest

**All submissions must be in the theme of work. Submissions must be in Word (.doc), formatted with Times New Roman, 12 point font, single space. Email submissions with subject heading "[specific category] Contest Submission" to  workzine@gmail.com (example: Memoir Contest Submission).
Please submit only your best work. Include jpeg photographs, artworks, or illustrations if doing so enhances or supplements your piece. A $5 submission fee will apply to all contest participants. Fees may be filed through this paypal link:  https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=65RAJWPU6GN2J

Note: Last year we gave winners the opportunity to read at a successful, curated reading series in Portland, Oregon. We will again extend this offer to winners who can either have a representative read for them or be in Portland to read themselves.

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