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Phone It In Competition

All secondary students in the Mid North Coast region of NSW are invited to write, record and submit a microlit piece to the Phone It In competition which is being held this year as part of #LitFest2444. You can enter as an individual student or group of students.

What is Phone It In?

Phone It In is a storybombing activity Spineless Wonders is thrilled to offer at this year’s #Litfest2444.

Phone It In gives you the chance to write, record and submit a piece of microlit on the theme of SOUND. If we like your recording, we’ll play it on our StoryPhones at the festival and you’ll go in the running to be voted the favourite by festival goers! Better yet, Phone It In is free to any secondary student attending a school in the Mid North Coast of New South Wales.

What if I need help?

We have got you covered! Spineless Wonders' Alex Wegman has provided some warm up writing activities and story prompts to get you writing. And Little Fictions actor, Alex Neal has some great tips on how to prepare your text for recording and your audio story for submission. Entries close April 19, so jump into the student area now and get ready to Phone It In!

How do I enter Phone It In?

The theme of this years competition is SOUND. Once you have written your 200 words microlit piece and recorded it, all you need to do is upload the audio file. Your submission should be no longer than 2 minutes in duration.

For resources and information for students on how to submit your entry visit the competition website spineless wonders. Competition ends May 31st 2020.

For resources and information for teachers on how to help students prepare their entries visit spineless wonders