One City One Book Hong Kong x Hong Kong International Young Reader Festival - Creative Writing Competition

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One City One Book Hong Kong x Hong Kong International Young Reader Festival - Creative Writing Competition

Time & Location

2019年3月01日 下午6:00 – 2019年5月15日 下午10:00
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

About the Event

Creative Writing Competition hosted in partnership with Hong Kong International Young Reader Festival (YRF) (organized by Hong Kong International Literary Festival) is now open to all secondary school students!

Shaun Tan's award-winning work THE ARRIVAL has been chosen as the book of the year for 2019. Tan is a Chinese-Australian author, illustrator, and artist, and THE ARRIVAL is a wordless graphic novel that focuses on immigration. Students are invited to write a short story based on the illustration from THE ARRIVAL. Each entry should be between 800-1000 words.

Winning entries, selected by Hong Kong Battle of the Books author Jack Cheng, will be published online, and the winners will receive signed copies of his remarkable debut novel SEE YOU IN THE COSMOS as well as a copy of THE ARRIVAL.

Short stories should be sent to submissions@festival.org.hk by 15th April 2019. Please include the applicant's full name, age, school, and the contact person's phone number and email address.

Winners will be announced on the Festival's website on 15th May 2019. Good Luck!

You can find more information about YRF in the link below:

http://www.youngreadersfestival.org.hk/2019-programme/

與香港國際青少年讀者節 (由香港國際文學節舉辦) 合辦的創意寫作比賽現正公開招募全港中學生參與!

本年度比賽的選書是陳志陳的得獎作品《抵岸》。陳志勇是澳洲華裔作家、插畫家兼藝術家。繪本《抵岸》沒有任何文字,講述離鄉別井、移居外地和身份認同。參賽者將用書中其中一幅插畫寫成短篇故事,每篇字數為800至1000字。

今屆評判為Hong Kong Battle of the Books推薦作者程遠。得獎作品將於網上刊登,而得獎者亦會獲得由程遠親筆簽名的出道傑作《嘿,外星人你在聽嗎?》及陳志勇的得獎作品《抵岸》。

如欲參賽,請於2019年4月15日前把參賽作品,連同姓名、年齡、學校和聯絡人電話號碼及電郵地址,電郵至submissions@festival.org.hk。

得獎名單將於2019年5月15日在文學節網頁上公佈。期待你的參與!

請到以下連結獲取更多有關是次香港國際青少年讀者節資訊:

http://www.youngreadersfestival.org.hk/2019-programme/

我城我書 / One City One Book Hong Kong is a community reading programme initiated by the Centre for Popular Culture in the Humanities at The Education University of Hong Kong, which aims to encourage as many people as possible, to read and discuss the same book at around the same time. The one book for 2019 is The Arrival, a wordless graphic novel by the Chinese Australian graphic novelist Shaun Tan.

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