Stories from the shadows...
Can you tell a tiny story in only 50 words? Take our nano challenge and test your talents. Write a story in 50 words exactly. Include the word 'shadow' (or shadows, shadowing, shadowed and shadowy). Give it a title, complete the registration form and enter the nano competition. It's free!
Winners and runners up and are selected in four categories:
- Open – all ages
- Year 7 & 8 students
- Year 5 & 6 students
- Year 3 & 4 students
- Theme: Shadow
- Word limit: 50 words exactly
- Closing date: Wednesday 26 July, 5pm
- Entry: Free
- Note: Limit of 1 entry per person; entrants must live within 150km of Albury
- Winners announced on Thursday 14th September during Write Around the Murray
More details in the conditions of entry
Online entry form: Submit your entry here
WAM gratefully acknowledges the Friends of the LibraryMuseum for funding the prizes for the Nano competition and assisting with judging and awarding of prizes.
- 2016 Nano Stories: Click here to read the winning Nano stories featuring the word ‘forget’.
- 2015 Nano Stories: Click here to read the winning Nano stories All had to include the word 'space'
- 2014 Nano Stories: Read the winning nano stories. All stories had to include the word 'picture'.
- 2013 Nano Stories: Read the winning entries. All stories had to include the word 'voice'.
- 2012 Nano Stories: Read the Winning and Highly Commended entries in all categories. All stories had to include the word 'snap'.
- 2011 Nano Stories: Read the Winning and Highly Commended entries in all categories.