Tuesday, 13 May 2014
Tell Your Story of Home -Scotland
Enter your piece for Scotland’s Stories of Home using the form below.
You can write in whatever form feels most natural to you, be it a story, poem, song or letter.
We encourage submissions from writers working in Scots and Gaelic.
Entries should be no longer than 1000 words and should be written on the theme of ‘what home means to you’. This can include places, buildings, people, communities, a view, music, food, objects, pets etc.
By submitting your entry you are agreeing to the Terms and Conditions.
Please read these carefully before submitting.
Please do not use this form to submit stories for the Schools strand of the project. If you are a teacher or parent submitting an entry on behalf of your pupil(s) or child, please use the Schools entry page here.
If you are submitting on behalf of somebody else, please make sure they have understood the terms and conditions and enter your name in the Forename and Surname fields, adding their name in the Pseudonym field.
Once you have submitted your written entry, it will go through a brief moderation process and will appear on the site in a few days.
If you are having problems uploading your story here, please email email@example.com.
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