Does anyone know what the maximum word count is for the Short Story Contest? Or how to find out?
I don't see a maximum word count in the official contest rules, but do see that the minimum word count is 500 words. I would keep in mind that is a hub entry and try to keep it along the lines of a short story hub. Good luck! http://hubpages.com/static/hubpatron_of_the_arts.php
Thank you rebekahElle. I'll have to track it down. To me, a short story can be as long as 10k words.
by Sarah Spradlin2 weeks ago
I will email it to you. It's less than 2500 words. I have to turn it in Friday. I would love feedback! If so, tell me how to contact you. Thanks!
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