Short Story Contest for Youth
2020 California Zoroastrian Center
Short Story Contest
Results of 2020 Short Story Contest (Ages 13-18 years)
It is a pleasure to announce this year’s Short Story Contest top three entries.
Our greatest gratitude to our sponsors for their support, our wonderful judges who gave their time and care in evaluating the essays and short stories. Mr. Par viz Mano0chehri , our web master, Ms. Parmida Behmardi for designing our flyer, and all the wonderful teachers and Zoroastrian organizations who helped in supporting this contest.
Please look for the top three entries of both contests in Chehreh Nama magazine and FEZANA Journal.
Topic: “Write a story in which a Zoroastrian relies upon the teachings of the faith to help them resolve a challenging situation or achieve a goal.”
Sponsored by: Ms. Catherine Linka, author of “A Clawed and Feathered Spell” and her new highly praised release “What I Want You to See”.
Endorsed by: California Zoroastrian Center in Los Angeles
Supported by: Chehreh Nama Magazine and FEZANA Journal
First Place: Ms. Azadeh Hormozdiari from Tarzana, CA with the short story title: “The Bumpy Road to Happiness”
Second Place: Ms. Farnaz Behdinan from Northridge, CA with the short story title: “Writing Destiny”
Third Place: Mr. Pouya Monokchian from Corona, CA with the short story title: “Cyrus and the Greedy Leader”
Prizes: First place will receive $300, second place $200, and third place $100. Each of the three top contestants will receive a signed copy of Ms.Catherine Linka’s “A Clawed and Feathered Spell”.
Congratulations to all the participants as all the entries were amazing. Thank you all for your support.
2021 Short Story Contest topic and age group will be announced before fall of 2020.
Wishing you health and joy,
Essay/Short Story Contests Organizer
For further inquiries concerning the Short Story Contest for Youth, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
By submitting you agree for short story Contest organizer to publish your short story in any desired form.