The Tomorrow Prize sf writing contest is taking entries from students attending high school in Los Angeles County. The deadline to submit is February 1, 2021.
The Tomorrow Prize for short science fiction, by an L.A. County high school student, showcases the best in creative, critical thinking, as well as great storytelling, by students from throughout Los Angeles. The Tomorrow Prize is free for students to submit up to two original short stories of 1,500 words or less.
- First place: $250.00 & L.A. Parent Magazine publication online (in full) and in print (excerpt).
- Second place: $150.00
- Third place: $100.00
- The Green Feather Award presented by Los Angeles Audubon: $250.00 & online publication (see below)
The Green Feather Award, presented by the LA Audubon Society, is a special prize for the best environmental conservation themed story.
Students who wish to be considered for The Green Feather Award for best environmental themed story must indicate this in their cover email. Stories submitted for The Green Feather Award will be considered for the other prizes if they are not a Green Feather Award winner.
For more information and submission guidelines visit: here.
Interested educators and students can register for one of two free info Q&A sessions.
The sessions will be available for free on Zoom from 5pm-6pm PDT. This is your chance to learn tips for a great short sci-fi submission for The Tomorrow Prize and engage in a Q&A in with the competition organizers. For more information and to register for either session: