Society Of Young Nigerian Writers: Call For Entry

Society of Young Nigerian Writers is calling for submissions in the form of either poetry, prose, playlets or essays for immediate publication on the Society’s blogs:- http://societyofyoungnigerianwriters.wordpress.com, http://www.takadaonline .wordpress.com. Interested writer should send their works to societyofyoungnigerianwriters@gmail.com. The subject line should read “My Entry”. Short note about writers would be appreciated.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINE
·        Short Stories (Max 3000 words)
·        Poems (submit up to 3 poems on any theme of 30 lines or less
·        Playlet (2 Acts Playlet).
10 POINTS AGENDA OF SOCIETY OF YOUNG NIGERIAN WRITERS
 
·       Young Nigerian Writers Hall of Fame
·       Young Nigerian Writers Merit Award
·       Young Nigerian Writers Journal
·       Chinua Achebe Poetry Library
·       Creative Writing Correspondence Course by Postal and E-mail
·       Wole Soyinka Literary Museum
·       D.O. Fagunwa Yoruba Literature Library
·       Computerized Database of World Famous Authors
·       Postal Exhibition of World Famous Authors
·       Multimedia Pix of World Famous Authors
NATIONAL DATABASE FOR YOUNG NIGERIAN WRITERS
Call for Submission of Data
Society of Young Nigerian Writers is using this opportunity to call on Young Nigerian Writers at home and abroad between the ages of 15-35 to submit the following information:
Name:
Age:
Gender:
Schools attended with dates:
Qualification(s):
Title of Work(s):
Publisher(s):
ISBN Number(s) of works:
E-mail Address:
Award(s) or Prize(s) won:
Membership of Literary Organization(s):
Aims and Objectives
1.    To design a computerized/web friendly database which will contain information about Young Nigerian Writers living in Nigeria and abroad.
2.    To make the works of Young Nigerian Writers available to wanted buyers/researchers.
3.    To make works/information of Young Writers accessible to the general public/researchers.
4.    To encourage/promote Young Nigerian Writers.
 
 
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