Tag Archives: children’s writing

WFNB launches 2011 Literary Competition

As the calendar turns to a new year, the Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick (WFNB) ushers in 2011 with the launch of its annual literary competition. Established in 1984, the event will award a total $1,100 in prize money for the top entries in the following categories:  individual poems, short fiction, non-fiction, children’s literature, fiction,… Continue Reading

Get Ready to Get Published!

Have you ever dreamed of becoming a published author? Then plan to attend the “How to Get Published” seminar on Friday, April 23 in Moncton during the Frye Festival. The seminar will cover everything from getting started to getting an agent, from getting your short pieces published to finding a book publisher, from writing a… Continue Reading

What Easter Means To Me

Jonathon Aube wrote the following essay in 1994 when he was 10 years old. The essay won the $75 first prize in a contest sponsored by the Chatham Business Association. Jonathon is now a welder working in Saint John, NB. Submitted by Jonathon’s Nanny, Joan Cripps of Chatham. Every Easter about a week before Easter… Continue Reading