Posts tagged "Contest"
2nd Annual IT CAME FROM A BOOK Teen Art Contest (#ICFABArt)

2nd Annual IT CAME FROM A BOOK Teen Art Contest (#ICFABArt)

The Library as Incubator Project is proud to announce the 2nd Annual “It Came From a Book” Teen Art Contest!!! Last year’s contest was a tremendous success, and we’re so excited to see it continue into another year.  Our amazing partners this year are: Teen Librarian’s Toolbox, EgmontUSA, and Zest Books – this project would not...
Cincinnati Library Comic Con

Cincinnati Library Comic Con

I’ve always thought that libraries and comics are a match made in heaven. So many comic book writers and artists flexed their earliest creative muscles in libraries, and so many young people (and grown-ups) enjoy both reading and making comics that it seems like a really natural fit. The Cincinnati Library Comic Con is today’s...
#TRWArt Guest Blog: In the kitchen with Myra McEntire

#TRWArt Guest Blog: In the kitchen with Myra McEntire

The countdown has begun!  There are just TEN DAYS left to enter the It Came From A Book! TRW Art Contest and today, we’re delighted to host a special guest blog by Myra McEntire, an Egmont USA author whose first novel, Hourglass, was nominated for YALSA’s 2012 Teens’ Top Ten list!  If you’re looking for literary inspiration for...
IT CAME FROM A BOOK: Teen Read Week™ Art Contest

IT CAME FROM A BOOK: Teen Read Week™ Art Contest

The Library as Incubator Project is proud to announce our partnership with TLT: Teen Librarian’s Toolbox, The Real Fauxtographer, and EgmontUSA.  Together, we’re hosting an epic Teen Read Week™ art contest called It Came From a Book!  The contest begins today, June 21st, and runs through September 30th.  We’re planning to collect a huge online gallery of...
The 2012 Ralph Munn Writing Contest at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

The 2012 Ralph Munn Writing Contest at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

“We trundle to a dim restaurant on a dark street, littered with debris, smothered with the sweet reminder of a neighborhood that once existed here.” ~From Elena Jackendoff’s  sestina “Doubt,” 1st place winner of the 2011 Ralph Munn Creative Writing Contest in poetry. Pittsburgh is known for rivers, steel, football, and writing.  The University of...