Blue Mountains News
Library Lovers’ Day Story Writing Competition 2019
This year, ALIA is running a 200-word flash fiction story competition. The story can be about anything it just has to start with the writing prompt 'there was love to be found in the library'.
Submissions should be sent through in a word or basic text document in a standard font and size and are open to everyone. Submissions are due by 5:00pm AEDT on 21 February 2019.
Winners will be chosen at the sole discretion of ALIA and will be notified in early May.
By entering the competition, you agree to give ALIA the right to publish the work in its entirety for promotional purposes online and in print. Copyright of the work remains with the author. For full terms and conditions please see the website.
As always, ALIA will be asking all library and information professionals to share their Library Lovers' Day stories on social media, using the hashtag #LibraryLoversDay.
Young Musicians’ Winter School Culminates in Spectacular Concert Australian...
IPART is reviewing local government election costs and has recommended...
Take the pledge and support Lithgow’s Plastic Free July morning tea today...
Be Connected is an Australian government initiative that aims to increase...
A flag raising ceremony has been held at Lithgow County Council to mar...
Simmo's Offroad Tours 4WD Tag-a-Long Tour to Jenolan Caves & beyond, 3rd & 4th August, Medium grade tour suitable for standard 4WD's.
Blue Mountains Concert Society Sat 10 Aug, 7.30pm, Blue Mountains Theatre, Springwood. See our website. Book online or (02) 4723 5050
Blue Mountains Mystery Tours Join Paranormal Pete to investigate the reports of Ghosts & Paranormal activity at Woodford Academy, 16th AUGUST.
Federation Gardens and Possums Hideaway Winter is here! Toast marshmallows around the cosy fire-pit.
Eagle View Escape Ask about our 'ditch your device' campaign. Willing to sacrifice your devices for the weekend?