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In Chukotka, announced a literary contest for Victory Day

In Chukotka, announced a literary contest for Victory Day
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In Chukotka, the acceptance of applications from applicants for the Yuri Rytkheu Literary Prize has begun. Her theme is "Writers - Victory Day." You can take part in three nominations: “Prose”, “Poetry” and “Journalism”.

According to the press service of the district government, works of art that have been published over the past five years are accepted for the competition. They must be written by writers and poets over 18 years of age. Applications are accepted until February 14, 2020.

The works can be written both in Russian and in one of the languages ​​of the peoples of the North. The main objective of the competition is to support gifted authors of the northern territories, creating conditions for popularizing the literature of the peoples of the North.

The award is named after Yuri Rytkheu, the most famous Chukchi writer, whose works have been translated into many foreign languages. His last creation was released in 2010. 
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