AWAI Writing Challenge:
Tell Me the Best Thing About Your Home Town

What is the one best thing, in your opinion, about your home town?

Send your 1,000-word (or less) essay to me at kyeakle@awaionline.com with “My Home Town” in the subject line.

One winner will be selected from all entries received. If it’s you, you’ll receive a $100 American Express gift card and have your essay published on the AWAI website.

All entrants will be recognized and will be sent a special gift for participating.

Deadline: Oct 11, 2009

Look for the winning entry in the Oct. 15th issue of Inside AWAI.

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Published: September 24, 2009

2 Responses to “AWAI Writing Challenge: Tell Me the Best Thing About Your Home Town”

  1. Just wondering who my audience might be for this piece.

    karlseidelOctober 11, 2009 at 3:47 pm

  2. Just wondering where the winner's home town is.

    Sounds like maybe Charleston, S.C. or Savannah, GA.

    Great writing! Send some of that skill over to me!

    Elizabeth23October 15, 2009 at 2:43 pm


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