Short Story Contest Reception Canceled

Rolling blackouts mean BookPeople's closing for the day

Short Story Contest Reception Canceled

BookPeople had to close due to the rolling blackouts today, which means we've had to cancel our annual Short Story Contest reception.

The event won't be rescheduled, but do keep your eye on tomorrow's issue for the announcement of the prize-winning stories.

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