Dear Englewood Authors,
I hope this email finds your team well, happy and enjoying late November thus far.
I'm reaching out on behalf of COG (www.cogzine.com) as we've found writers identified from within groups like Sarasota Writers Group tend to submit high-caliber work. Please consider sharing news with your writers regarding the COG Poetry Awards and COG Page to Screen Awards, judged this year by U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera (poetry) and NPR/PRI Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington (page to screen). The winner will receive:
Publication online and in the print issue, as well as a $1,000 prize.
A blurb about the winning piece by the appropriate final judge
Your story adapted as an animated short film, 2D animation, graphic novel or series of interpretive illustrations by students in the celebrated Digital Art & Animation and Digital Audio Technology programs at Cogswell College.
“A literary contest is like a full moon. It casts a striking and comforting glow across the bleak sky, and turns a small number of people into werewolves.”
– Daniel Handler, AKA Lemony Snicket: final judge, last year's COG Page to Screen Awards
Much respect, and many thanks for considering this invitation to spread the word.
Sarah H, COG Copy Editor