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Rules and themes for the February writing contest : )

Published by BAMBOO BUCKAROO | Thursday, February 01, 2018 7:36 PM



Okay, it's a new month and a new chance to publish your great work. Remember, you never know. One of your pieces may get published in a future issue of Bamboo Ridge. I'm sure you're very familiar with the rules for our contest, but here they are again.

You can write

a haiku

or

a piece that is EXACTLY 100 words

or

a piece that is EXACTLY 1000 words.

Here are the themes for February:

Black History Month
The shortest month of the year
Having a February 29th birthday
Groundhog Day
Bill Murray
Repetition
Life insurance
Playing a musical instrument
Prediction
Premonition
Three-day weekends
Work
Overtime
Break time
Nursery rhymes
Organized crime
Russia
Precedents
Presidents
Utter dismay
Holiday
Nuclear warnings
Chaotic mornings
Edward Snowden
'Kay, we go den

Okay, we're all still here, thankfully. And we shall endure, hopefully, to write more and more and more. So, let's write.










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