Jamie Fitzgerald writes: "I'm in the thick of administering a writing contest. This is the third one I've been involved with at various levels, and though the process is usually pretty grueling, I have learned a great deal that I will keep in mind the next time I enter a contest myself. For instance:- Do not tape every available seam on the envelope with packing tape such that your submission is impenetrable.- Do not pack your manuscript like a Russian nesting doll; one envelope is sufficient.- Do not call the organization responsible for the contest to ask what collated means (inquire with a close, forgiving friend)." [...]
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