Conditions of submission
Rules for participation
All current HKBU students, either UGC-funded or self-funded, are eligible to participate. There will be two categories, undergraduate and postgraduate:
- The undergraduate category is open to all students enrolled in HKBU undergraduate programmes.
- The postgraduate category is open to all students enrolled in HKBU taught and research postgraduate programmes.
The author should submit an original story/poem in English. The maximum length is 7,500 characters (including spaces). Students must use ONE of the titles/story prompts provided.
Authors shall submit their work using a Short Édition account that they will need to create. The author should clearly indicate how they would like to be credited on their work. This name will appear next to the title of their story.
Rights, Guarantees, and Responsibilities
Guarantees and responsibilities
The author declares that they are the sole author of any text they submit, and that this same text is an original creation. The author declares that they control the copyright of the submitted text, meaning that they have never transferred these rights to a third person/entity.
Copying and distribution
The author grants a non-exclusive right to the project organizer to reproduce, correct and publish their stories via Short Édition dispensers owned by American School of Paris.
The copyright of the work shall remain with the author. The author agrees and acknowledges that in this specific case, publication and distribution of their work shall not result in the payment of royalties from neither Short Édition nor American School of Paris.
Selection and publication
The coordinators of the American School of Paris project have sole discretion in selecting works for distribution via Short Édition dispensers owned by American School of Paris. They may also reject or remove works from the dispenser without giving any prior notice or justification to the author. The author can also ask for their work to be removed by notifying the project coordinators in writing.
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