November 24, 2017

Writers of the Future Contest Awarded by L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators/ Writers of the Future Contest

The Writers of the Future Contest is a Contest sponsored by L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators/ Writers of the Future Contest.

Information About the Scholarship:

Contest Award: Minimum – $500, Average – $750, Maximum – $4000
Application Deadline: None
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be a writer who has not had a professionally published novel or short novel, more than three short stories, or a novelet. Candidate must submit an orginal work of science fiction or fantasy in English. The work should be prose, either a short story (under 10,000 words) or a novelet (under 17,000 words). Poetry or works intended for children are not eligible. For more information, send a self-addressed, stamped business-size, envelope.
Eligible for: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior, Doctoral-level study, Master’s-level study, Other postgraduate-level education, Other

Awarded by:

L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators/ Writers of the Future Contest
P.O. Box 1630
Los Angeles, CA 90078
USA
Email: postmaster@aasianst.org
Phone: 323 466 3310
Fax Number: 323 466 6474

Contact Details:

Nathalie Cordebard
Contest Administrator

Los Angeles, CA 90078
US
Phone: 323 466 3310
Fax Number: 323 466 6474

Applying for Writers of the Future Contestname does not have to be a difficult task, if you play your cards correctly. It is crucial that you keep your mind clear and that you don’t rush it. Any puncutation or spelleing that seems out of place will be a red flag. It is very important that you watch what you are doing, and always check over your work when you are finished. For instance, it you end up spelling the name of your college wrongly, or sponsor: L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators/ Writers of the Future Contestname , even provide the wrong information for references, it not only diminishes your credibility, but it also annoys the reviewer.

For instance, you don’t have strong references. Or, you might not have the best of work histories. Sometimes, these things are considered, but you need to outweigh them. The reviewers are also people, and if you sway them in one direction with a strong part of your application, you might just make them forget about your tarnished side. So, if you you don’t have solid references for L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators/ Writers of the Future Contest, then write an essay that is stellar. Essays are one of the best ways to look like a solid applicant for the simple fact that you can take just about as long as you want on them, and they are a window into the essence of you. If you boast a strong essay, but other parts of your application are lacking, you might just be able to squeak by the gatekeeper.

L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators/ Writers of the Future Contest

L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators/ Writers of the Future Contest