To celebrate NMIT’s centenary, the Bachelor of Writing and Publishing launched its inaugural Time To Write short story competition. In keeping with the centenary, the theme was TIME and we looked for 600 to 1000 word submissions from writers in a number of categories. Winners and honorary mentions were announced at the Time To Write Festival and Anthology Launch on Friday 13th July, 2012:
Category: 12 to 14 years
Winner: Snowy Survival – Jessica Dance
Honourable Mentions: Prince Edward And The Time Traveller – Annina Mueller; The Biggest Gift Of All – Liam Neil; Expiry Date – Ayla-Jade Scurrah;The Pocket Watch – Hannah Winspear-Schillings; With Time – Monique Xuereb.
Category: 15 to 17 years
Winner: Soon – Georgina Rychner
Honourable Mentions: Springtime Puppies – Emily Dickey; Never, Never, Never – Liam Kean; It’s Now Or Never – Tony Luo; The Keeper Of Time – Kevin Tang; The Last Song Of The Lyrebird – William Tran.
Category: 18 to 20 years
Winner: Something Like That – Asheligh Mounser
Winner: Counting Red – Rijn Collins
Honourable Mentions: Time To Say Goodbye – Rory Hambly; Last Thoughts – Leon Heussler; Venom – Kate Molony; Tequila Through The Veins – Francine Sculli; After Carl – John Stockdill.
Category: NMIT Staff and Students
Winner: The Real Man – Warwick Sprawson
Honourable Mentions: Check Mate: Time To Go – Robert Bennett; Dear Diary – Aaron Hughes; Windswept – Adam Mackay; Girl On A Platform – Monika Roberts; Down To The Core – Jan Robinson.
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Time To Write. 138 pages. A5 softcover. Published by Yarra Bend Press in 2012. ISBN 9780987319203. $9.95r.r.p.