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Frequently Asked Questions

Arizona PBS Kids 2022 Writers Contest
Frequently Asked Questions

What’s new this year?
Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation is sponsoring the contest this year. The theme for the contest is Healthy Teeth, Gums and a Great Smile. We look forward to reading your entries!

Do I need to bind my story?
No. We will accept your story whether it is bound, stapled, or simply paper-clipped. You may want to consider ease and cost of mailing when finishing your story. Also, keep in mind we scan all winning stories, so having the stories paper-clipped or fastened with a single staple works best, and we prefer pages that are no larger than 8 ½ x 11 inches.

Where do I mail my entry to?
Arizona PBS Kids Writers Contest
Arizona PBS
555 North Central Avenue, Suite 500
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Will my story be returned to me?
We will try, but are not required, to return your entry to you and we will do our best to make this happen. However, we can’t be responsible for lost or damaged entries or postage due on mailings you send us. See the contest rules for additional information.

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