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YWS Information Posters


This October we ran a contest to see who could design the best YWS Poster, we had many beautiful entries and would love to share all of the posters with you so that you can print them out and spread the word about Young Writers Society if you'd like to. There are options in black and white and in full-color.

You are welcome to help bring attention to Young Writers Society using any of these posters. Try putting them up in your library, local book-store, school, coffee-shop, or other places young writers might frequent. Just be sure to ask permission before posting, as some places have rules on what can and can't be posted!

*The first place poster:
Coffee Entry 3 Post Your Writing PDF.pdf
(538.35 KiB) Downloaded 25 times
(designed by AvantCoffee)

*The second place poster:
CaptainJack Entry 1 Become_a_Member.pdf
(1.81 MiB) Downloaded 19 times
(designed by CaptainJack)

Spoiler! :

Here are additional poster designs you can choose from!

*Poster (black & white option):
BW option CaptainJack Entry 2 Become_a_Member.pdf
(658.83 KiB) Downloaded 16 times
(designed by CaptainJack)

*Poster (black & white option):
BW Coffee Entry 3 Post Your Writing PDF.pdf
(394.59 KiB) Downloaded 16 times
(designed by AvantCoffee)

*Poster:
Asith Entry Write_With_Us.pdf
(613.16 KiB) Downloaded 17 times
(designed by Asith)

*Poster:
CaptainJack Entry 3 You're Invited PDF.pdf
(339.9 KiB) Downloaded 17 times
(designed by CaptainJack)

Link to previous YWS poster designs


Happy Posting! If you do share one of your posters around, or if you come up with your own YWS Poster design feel free to let us know in the comments below!
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who doesn't understand that teal
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"The day, which was one of the first of spring, cheered even me by the loveliness of its sunshine and the balminess of the air. I felt emotions of gentleness and pleasure, that had long appeared dead, revive within me. Half surprised by the novelty of these sensations, I allowed myself to be borne away by them, and forgetting my solitude and deformity, dared to be happy."
— Mary Shelley, Frankenstein