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No. 24 (October 1958)
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NEW STORY COMPETITION

He whakaatu tenei ki te hunga e manako mai ka timata te tuawha o nga whaataetae tuhituhi a Te Ao Hou. Kauaka e heke iho i te 1000 nga kupu o nga korero a te hunga whakataetae. Kei te tangata tonu te whakaaro mo tana kaupapa korero engari ko te tumanako me Maori te kaupapa o etahi o nga tuhituhi. Me korero purakau me korero tika ranei nga tuhituhi.

Me tuku mai nga tuhituhi ki Te Etita, Te Ao Hou. P.O. Box 2390, Wellington i mua mai o te 31 o Tihema. Ko nga kai whakatau o te whakatau ko Mr Alistar Campbell, he kaituti no Poneke mo nga tuhituti Pakeha a ko M. R. Jones mo nga tuhituhi Maori.

Ko nga paraehe £10. 10. 0 mo te tuhituhi Pakeha tino pai a £10. 10. 0 mo te tuhituhi Maori. Ka taia enei tuhituhi ki Te Ao Hou a mehemea i neke atu i te 2400 kupu te roa ka utua te puhaketanga atu. Ka ata tirohia ano etahi o nga tuhituhi a ko nga mea e rorotu ana ka taia ki Te Ao Hou.

Entries are invited for the Fourth Te Ao Hou Literary Competition. Stories must have a length of at least 1,000 words. They may be on any subject of the author's choice, although it is hoped that many of the contributions will be related to some aspect of Maori life. Persons and places may be either true or fictional.

Manuscripts should be sent to the editor of Te Ao Hou, P.O. Box 2390, Wellington, before December 31. The judges will be Mr Alistair Campbell, a Wellington poet and writer, for the English contributions, and Mr M. R. Jones for the Maori contributions.

The prizes will be ten guineas for the best story in English and ten guineas for the best story in Maori. The prize stories will then be published in this magazine. If they exceed 2,000 words, a contributors' fee will be paid for the balance. Other entries of enough merit will also be published at our usual contributors' rates.