What’s Your Story Competition – sing it, rap it, sign it or write it

Here’s a different kind of challenge for writers, courtesy of Bridget 😃


Photo Credit: Pexels from Pixabay

The Evening Standard and Netflix have just launched What’s Your Story? competition.
It’s very different to anything I’ve come across before because entries can be sung, signed, rapped, or tapped out on your phone. (How does the last one work…?) And it can be written conventionally.

Here’s what it says in the terms and conditions:
Entries may consist of either
A written entry up to 1,000 words;
A video (MP4 format) of no more than 2 minutes in length for spoken word.
BSL entries should be recorded as a video and accompanied by a transcript of no more than 1,000 words.

And your story can be drawn from your childhood, be about growing up, a story of the imagination or “anything at all”. It could be written for the screen, the stage or the page. However, it also says in the T&Cs that stories cannot…

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