The Ghana Library Authority (GHLA) says it will on July 1, 2020 announced the winner of the National Short Story Writing Challenge, an open subject story writing contest for children from age 9 to 18
The Ghana Library Authority as part of measures to stimulate the minds of young people and to optimize responsible use of time during the stay-at-home as a temporal school break amid COVID-19 launched the “National Short Story Writing Challenge” to curate more short stories by young people and make it available for it wider audience through the Ghana Library App.
The purpose of the National Short Story Writing Challenge is to inspire young writers nationwide to showcase their creative and critical thinking skills.
According to the organizers of the competition, the winner will receive GHC1000, 1st runners- up will receive GHC500 and 2nd runners- up will receive GHC300.
The winners will be ambassadors and also have their stories published on the Ghana Library App.