This was in my mailbox today.
Call for March Short-Short Story Submissions She may be mad as a March hare, but the next judge at the Whidbey Writers Workshop Student Choice Contest wants to see your short stories and poems about March Madness.
What does that mean? Stories about tea parties, basketball, the effects of the vernal moon? Something more sinister? I don't know. I'm not sure she does, either. If you have a story that fits the theme, be the first writer in March to knock her socks off and she'll post your story on the MFA Student website, send you $50 cashola, and sing your praises to your local newspaper or writing organization. But keep it short--she won't read more than 1,000 words.
The contest is open to mad hatters, March hares, and writers at all stages of their career, students or non-students, anyone can enter.
Simply go to www.whidbeystudents.com for more information and to find the submission link.