(MENAFN- Gulf Times) The Cultural Village Foundation, Katara, announced the opening of the annual Katara Short Story Competition with the topic "Environmental Sustainability".
The theme of "Environmental Sustainability" was chosen to be a main theme around which the participating stories in the Katara Short Story Competition 2023 revolve, given the importance of environmental sustainability in avoiding the depletion or waste of natural resources and calling for the preservation of long-term environmental quality.
General conditions were set for the Katara competition for the short story during the month of Ramadan, where the text of the story should not be less than 1,500 words and not more than 5,000. The story should be written in classical Arabic, in a language free of spelling errors, and taking into account the placement of punctuation marks, in addition, it should not have been previously published in any media, or won any award before, so that it is for the competition only.
Participation in the competition is open to writers of both genders without being restricted by age, and the contestant has the right to participate in only one story, and it is attached to a Word file only. Participants must also send their story production, printed and formed on the Word programme, to the e-mail: storykataraquran.com.
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