(Because secretly, you’d love to know what it feels like, wouldn’t you?)
Picture it: The deadline for your contest approaches, and the folks out there are writing as fast as they can:
Inevitably, the deadline passes—and maybe some people missed it.
Or maybe the post office was closed right when someone got there to mail their entry:
So you think, “What if we extend the deadline?”
And the typing continues.
Then the deadline extension passes and all the entries are in. You feel like this:
You send them all out for the first round of reading and the waiting starts all over again:
The deadline for PRISM international‘s creative non-fiction contest is December 5. That’s tomorrow! Hurry up and enter!