February 03, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Washington, D.C. – Tell Tale Press, Inc.® proudly announces the winners of its latest biannual writing contest: Sara Bangs (from Washington state) for Blackshear’s Noir Bar; Amy Goodnow (Massachusetts) for Seven Deadly Sins State, and Christi Slack (Washington) for the Wired Institute of Technology.

The winning entries and the original stories that inspired them can be seen in their entirety at

“The short, snappy stories are just the beginning,” wrote the Dartmouth College newspaper of the company’s tales that appear on its unique line of greeting cards and notepads. The stories continue online with fresh original content, the writing contest and lots more.

Contest winners receive a $500 prize package including a $200 U.S. Savings Bond, a complete set (8 boxes) of greeting cards, 12 notepads, framed artwork and a fine writing utensil. Free to enter, the biannual contest has attracted hundreds of entrants from a dozen countries to date. The next deadline is July 10, 2006.

“Get involved by either fabricating an ending to one of the stories or penning [your] own original tale,” wrote The Urbanite, a Baltimore-based monthly magazine.

Based in metro Washington, D.C., Tell Tale Press, Inc.® features fine stationery products available by themed collection: Fashion, Hollywood, Culinary, Collegiate, Resort, Gay, Indulgence and New York, New York. The company’s founder, veteran writer Harvey Solomon, and its co-founding graphic design team hire artists from around the world to illustrate its exclusive products.

for further information contact:
Janet Spiegel

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