If you’re a high school student in Los Angeles County who loves writing and science-fiction, keep reading. The Omega Sci-Fi Awards is inviting Los Angeles County high school students to submit their short science-fiction stories to The Tomorrow Prize and The Green Feather Award contests — now open for submissions until Dec. 21!
The Tomorrow Prize is free for students to submit up to two original short stories of 1,500 words or less. Prizes include first-, second- and third-place winners, as well as a SPECIAL PRIZE for the best environmental conservation themed story! This prize, The Green Feather Award, is presented by the Nature Nexus Institute.
Selected finalists will be chosen to have their stories read in their honor by celebrity guests during a special performance. First-, second- and third-place Tomorrow Prize winners will receive $250, $150 and $100 cash prizes. PLUS: the first-place Tomorrow Prize winner will be published in L.A. Parent magazine!
The Green Feather Award is an additional special prize category for an environmentally focused sci-fi story. The winner will receive $250 and online publication by the Nature Nexus Institute.
For more information and submission guidelines visit the Omega Sci-Fi Awards website.