The Hear Me Project, a national HIV/AIDS story writing competition for youth aged 14-22, is seeking submissions for this year's contest, which has a $2,500 grand prize.
Your story can be up to 5 pages double-spaced or neatly handwritten. Entries that are illegible will be disqualified. Typed entries are preferred.
Your story must be about personal vulnerability to HIV/AIDS. Your story can be either fiction or non-fiction. The characters in the story must be impacted by HIV/AIDS.
The contest also accepts video entries.
Additional Information is available at www.hearmeproject.org.
If anyone here is interested in applying, be sure to use Pat and myself as editing resources before submitting, if you want.