LDS women's literary journal seeks entries for writing contest

Segullah: Writings by Latter-day Saint Women, an LDS women's literary journal, is seeking entries for its annual writing competitions in the genres of personal essay, poetry and fiction. The journal is seeking entries for the Heather Campbell Personal Essay contest, poetry contest and the new (short) short fiction contest. The Segullah journal is a twice-yearly print publication featuring literary and visual art by LDS women.

"We want to motivate LDS women to discover, strengthen and refine their voices through the challenging yet rewarding work of creative writing. In short, we're looking for insightful and engaging works which explore life's richness and complexity from a Mormon woman's perspective." said Kathryn Soper, Segullah founder and editor-in-chief.

For women who might be hesitant to share their current or past work through the competition, Soper wants to assuage their fears. Novice writers are also encouraged to try their hand at the competition.

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