IT was quite a weekend in the Jackson office. The fag end of the Crocodile Prize national literary contest (entries close today) witnessed a torrent of creative writing pouring in through the email.
Many new writers made a first appearance, bringing the registered total to more than 100 with many yet to be processed.
The number of entries received will total well over 500 by the time this creative part of Papua New Guinea’s writing awards is done and dusted.
Now follows some weeks of judging and selecting which entries are good enough to be published in the annual Anthology.