2019 mindshare Awards

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By Anna Jeavons

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The mindshare Awards is a poetry and creative writing competition presented by mindshare and the Mental Health Coalition of SA.

The 2019 awards open on Monday 1st July and close on Monday 12th August.

Entries are open to South Australians who have a lived experience of mental illness. While entered works do not need to be about an entrants lived experience of mental illness, poetry and creative writing generated from personal experience are encouraged.

Winners will be announced at the Festival of Now on Friday 11th October 2019.

To download the mindshare Awards guidelines and entry form, click here: 2019 awards-guidelines-entry-form.

Please contact mindshare if you need this information in an alternative format.

2 Comments

  1. Val Smith on 17/07/2019 at 10:37 am

    Hi Anna,
    I received notification of the mindshare awards but I am unable to download the entry form from that email.
    Could you please forward the entry form as I am interested in entering.
    Thank yoy Val Smith

    • Anna Jeavons on 24/02/2020 at 4:29 pm

      Hi Val,
      Apologies you never received a reply on this comment – our team was snowed under at this time and comments on the website were not tracked. I hope you submitted nonetheless! The mindshare Awards will be back in 2020, likely opening August and I hope you will enter again. If you face any problems in future, just contact me on anna.jeavons@mhcsa.org.au
      Warmly,
      Anna

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