Only 10 days left until the SLS 2011 Unified Literary Contest closes. A reminder: contest winners in the categories of fiction (judged by Jayne Anne Phillips) and poetry (judged by Matthew Zapruder) will have their work prominently featured online in Canada's premiere literary magazine, The Walrus, as well as published in print in The Black Warrior Review in the United States.

Additionally, they will have the choice of attending (airfare, tuition, and housing included) any one of the SLS 2011 programs in Montreal, Quebec (June 12 - 25); Vilnius, Lithuania (July 31 August 13); or Nairobi-Lamu, Kenya (December 7 21).

Second-place winners will receive a full tuition waiver for the program of their choice, and third-place winners will receive a 50% tuition discount.

A number of select contest participants, based on the overall strength of their work, will be offered tuition scholarships, as well, applicable to the SLS 2011 programs.

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