Online Contests, Critiques and Classes Launching February 12, 2012

Share Article launches a full range of writing contests for aspiring writers and professional authors. Cash prizes for prose and poetry, plus an opportunity to get published, free. – the newly launched portal for Jewish writing and poetry – is the first website specializing in Jewish writing contests, workshops, and critique services. This unique site offers cash prizes, online writing classes, editing services, and quality articles to help writers reach their potential and get their work published. is the place to be for all novice and professional writers.

This “Total Jewish Writing” site offers a wide-range of writing contests with prizes of up to $500, including:

●    Early Childhood Story Writing that provides parents with the golden opportunity to turn their original bedtime stories into children’s bestsellers.

●    Tween Story Writing that gives writers access to that hard-to-crack 7-12 year old market.

●    Adult Short Story Writing that welcomes the entire gamut of Jewish-themed stories, whether they have substantive or minimal Jewish content.

●    Poetry Writing that offers poets cash prizes as well as an opportunity to see their work published.

Judges at include Sylvia Rouss, winner of the National Jewish Book Award; Dvora Waysman, whose best-selling book The Pomegranate Pendant will be appearing in movie theatres throughout North America in 2012; and Risa Miller, whose breakout novel, Welcome to Heavenly Heights won the PEN New England Discovery Award and became a New York Times    New and Noteworthy paperback.

Plus, offers Writing Workshops where authors learn to utilize their full potential as they gain expertise writing description, characterization, dialogue, and narrative.

Upcoming Workshops include:

●    Intro to Creative Writing

●    Sci-Fi Writing

Don’t delay! Enter a contest, enroll in a workshop, take your writing to the next level at

For more information: visit or contact info(at)jewishstorywriting(dot)com.


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