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Jaipur Literature Fest launches blogging competition
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Jaipur Literature Fest launches blogging competition

| @indiablooms | 20 Nov 2019, 11:27 am

New Delhi/UNI: After the resounding success of the previous years, the popular Jaipur Literature Festival Blogging Competition is back.

With the 2020 Blogging Competition, Festival producer Teamwork Arts invites bloggers to be a part of the ‘greatest literary show on Earth’ in its 13th edition as ‘Official Festival Bloggers’.

The Jaipur Literature Festival 2020 Blogging Competition presents an opportunity for writers to submit creative pieces on shortlisted themes. The best entries received will be published on the Festival website, leading up to the event.

The Festival asks people to send in a piece of their best work on themes decided by the Festival producer to compete for a place as a published blogger. A total of six applicants, shortlisted from among the most promising entries, will get a chance to travel to Jaipur and be ‘official bloggers’ for the Jaipur Literature Festival 2020 for the entire duration of the Festival.

The contest opens from November 20 and the deadline to submit entries is December 15.  

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