Short Story Contest
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Short Story Contest

Khavaran Theater Complex in Tehran is hosting a short story writing competition titled ‘Children at Work.’
The contest is organized in collaboration with Vajeh Literary Society, founded two years ago in Kermanshah, IBNA reported.
Children at Work is the first edition of the series, and short stories on topics of self esteem, compassion, respect, selflessness, responsibility, protection of environment and many more, as mentioned on the website www.dastanak.ir, are eligible for submission.
There is no age limit for the contest and works have to be sent by February 18. Winners and selected stories will be announced at the closing ceremony of the event on March 8 at the Farhang Auditorium of the complex. The selected stories will be published later.
Enthusiasts can refer to the website which contains an inventory of short stories by member writers, for more information.
Khavaran Theater Complex is located at Hashemabad intersection, Khavaran Avenue, Khorasan Square.

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