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in association with San Diego Unified Schools and San Diego Public Library

charleswrightThe Works of Charles Wright

READ the poetry of Charles Wright

RE-IMAGINE the images and themes

Enter Your Inspired Creative Project

Enter to have YOUR CREATION Featured in
(Win Cash Prizes)

Open to Ages 12 – 19 years
ALL ENTRIES must be inspired by reading one or more of Charles Wright’s poems


Visual Art – illustrations, book jackets, graphic novels, fashion/costume designs, set designs, sculpture, mixed media, photography, tattoos, surf/skate board designs, cartoons, etc.

Literary Art – stories, poetry, monologues, dialogues, biography, plays, etc.
Performance/Media Art – music composition, dance, poetry recitation, opera, film, animation, etc.


To arrange delivery of entries please call 619-297-8953 or email

Submit literary, performance and media entries electronically
via email, CD or thumbdrive

  • Entry form MUST accompany entry.
  • No more than THREE entries per person. Must be original creation of entrant.
  • Paintings & drawings MUST NOT exceed 30” X 30”. Three-dimensional media MUST NOT exceed 24” X 18” X 24”
  • Creations can be picked up beginning May 5, 2015.
  • Entrants selected for Community-wide presentations will be notified by March 15, 2015.
  • Individual prizewinners will be announced at April 14th Read-Imagine-Create event.
  • Through the submission of this entry form, entrants grant Write Out Loud non-exclusive reproduction, recording and publication rights to the works submitted and permission to use your name, photograph and images/recordings of your entry for outreach and media purposes.
  • Artist agrees to enter artwork at your own risk, though utmost care will be given to all entries.Write Out Loud assumes no responsibility for loss or damage from any cause.
  • Presentation of a signed entry form shall be deemed acceptance of all contest rules, as well as permission to present the work in Read-Imagine-Create Celebration and at branch libraries, if selected.
  • Questions? Call 619-297-8953 or email
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