Article courtesy of Scone Advocate.
IF you’re a farmer in the Upper Hunter, the Scone Literary Festival wants to hear your story.
In a first for the committee, a brand new competition for aspiring writers from the local farming community was launched last night at Hunt a Book, Scone.
Entries are now open for farming stories in 750 to 1500 words. They may be fiction or non-fiction, an anecdote, a funny story, a sad story, a personal story, a story about family or animals, crime or romance.
Image Caption: Competition coordinator and SLF committee member, Robert Thurgood (left) with judge, farmer and author Richard Anderson, SLF president Janie Jordan and Bengalla’s Fiona Hartin.