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Surrey Libraries showcases young scribes

A cartoon panel from Be Yourself, by Alice Lee, honourable mention winner. - Photos submitted
A cartoon panel from Be Yourself, by Alice Lee, honourable mention winner.
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Surrey Libraries has announced the 2013 winners of its annual Young Adult Writing Contest.

The competition highlights the literary talents of young adults aged 12-18. This year, the 26th annual contest received nearly 250 submissions in the categories of Poetry, Short Stories, and Comics.

Twenty entries were selected to receive prizes.

Winners are listed on the Surrey Libraries website, and the full collection of winning entries can be read here.

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