Write On -- CelticLounge.com Looking for Next Great Writer

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CelticLounge.com will hold a writing competition called "Write On!" Winner will receive prize of $1,000.

Joyce, Burns, Thomas, McCourt. The Celtic tradition is rich with writers and storytellers. Celticlounge.com is encouraging a new generation to submit their stories and enter a unique competition called "Write On!" Entries may be in short story or in essay form, on any subject, not to exceed 1200 words. Celticlounge.com will present the winner with a grand prize of $1,000.

Entrants need only log onto CelticLounge.com and join this growing community. Membership on CelticLounge.com is free and open to anyone 21 years of age or older. The contest will run from January 1, 2008 through March 16, 2008. The next great writer will be announced in time for St. Patrick's Day, March 17, 2008.

An additional $500 prize will be awarded to the most popular story voted on by members of CelticLounge. Celticlounge.com is not just a community space but features its own member driven webzine. The search for the next great writer is an ongoing effort to sidestep the often-exclusive literary-industrial complex and provide an outlet for new and established writers.

"Write On!" is sponsored by Celtic Crossing Liqueur.

More about CelticLounge.com:
CelticLounge.com was launched by Black 47 lead singer Larry Kirwan and Irish Voice columnist Mike Farragher to provide a unique social networking site that gathers Celtic artists and their fans in a dynamic electronic community. On a very user-friendly site, members build their own profiles, share ideas and writings as they listen to Celtic Lounge Radio play a continuous stream of folk, punk, rock, rap and traditional music from Celtic artists on both sides of the Atlantic. The site is also home to CelticPulse Magazine: a user driven e-magazine that encourages both new and established writers to submit their articles.

More about Celtic Crossing Liqueur:
Celtic Crossing Liqueur was named to honor the thousands of Irish who have left their homeland to spread Celtic culture around the world. This incredible liqueur is made with Irish whiskey, cognac and honey. It's perfect on its own or in a variety of cocktails. Get connected with Celtic Crossing. http://www.celticcrossingliqueur.com.

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