The League for Innovation invites each board college or district in the League to participate in the Student Literary Competition and submit one entry in each of the following categories: Poetry, Personal Essay, One-Act Play, Short Story Previous MVC Winners (Click here to view)
Office: w261 firstname.lastname@example.org 214-860-8857
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All winners of the competition will be announced by the beginning of April. First place winners will be published in the Mountain View College Literary Journal, The Lion's Roar.
All winners of the competition will be announced by the end of April. Prizes for the District-level Competition will be distributed in each category for first, second, and third place winners.
All winners of the competition will be announced in June. All winning entries will be published in a League for Innovation student literary publication. By entering the competition, students grant the League permission to reproduce their submission in print and digital forms. Prize money for winners of the national contest will be distributed in each category as follows:
First Prize $500 Second Prize $200 Third Prize $100
*Certificates of merit are awarded for all student work submitted to the national competition.
By entering the competition, students grant Mountain View College, the Dallas County Community College District, and the League for Innovation permission to reproduce their submissions in print and digital forms.
A cover page for each entry must include:
*If you need disability accommodations in order to participate in this event, please contact the Disability Services Office, MVCDisabilityServices@dcccd.edu; 214 860-8677, at least one week in advance.
*The decisions of the judges at each level are final.
Mountain View College, Dallas County Community College District, and The League for Innovation assume no responsibility for lost, misguided, misdirected, or stolen entries. All physical entries become the property of the League without infringement on the copyright of entrants. Competition coordinators screen each entry for proper submission procedures and reject entries that do not meet general eligibility or specific entry requirements.