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First off, it is my pleasure to announce which charity has won the vote to receive the proceeds from the anthology. The winning charity is (winning by three votes):
Because I Am a Girl
From the website: "
"Because I am a Girl is a global initiative to end gender inequality, promote girls’ rights and lift millions of girls – and everyone around them – out of poverty.Girls in the poorest regions of the world are among the most disadvantaged people on the planet. They are more likely to live in poverty, more likely to be denied access to education, more likely to be denied medical care, and more likely to be malnourished, simply because they’re girls. And yet, studies show that if you give a girl enough to eat, an education and a safe environment, she’ll work to raise the standard of living for herself, her family and her community.We operate a wide range of programs worldwide to improve the status of girls and give them equal access to health care, education, protection, independence, and an opportunity to participate in society.Our State of the Worlds Girls report series is an ongoing investigation to shine the light on specific barriers to young girls’ development and their access to basic human rights."
Now for the winners of the Creating a Female Superhero Challenge:
In first place, with his female superhero called S.O.S, is Stephen J.Mitchell.
Stephen has won:
- A trophy, proclaiming you the winner of the "Creating a Female Superhero Challenge"
- A print copy of "The Everything Guide to Writing Graphic Novels: From superheroes to manga - all you need to start creating your own graphic works" by Mark Ellis and Melissa Martin-Ellis
In second place, with his female superhero called Arcana, is Phil Johnson.
Phil has won:
- A Superhero Writer t-shirt
In third place, with her female superhero called Snowfire, is Lisa Shambrook.
Lisa has won:
- A Superhero Writer mug
The three of you need to e-mail me with your mailing addresses so I can send your prizes to you. Congratulations!
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I have not started putting the anthology together yet, so I am still allowing submissions for the anthology. Please follow the format suggested for the competition. You can either post the stories on your blog or e-mail them to me. We already have nearly 30,000 words worth of stories and details to include. I will take submissions until we reach 50,000 words or I start putting together the anthology, whichever comes first.