“History, Aristotle says, represents things only as they are, while fiction represents them as they might be and ought to be.”
— Albert J. Nock, Memoirs of a Superfluous Man
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It is our pleasure to announce that we have teamed up with Students For Liberty to hold a contest to find the best libertarian short stories.

There is no fee to enter the contest, and you stand to win a number of prizes, including up to $300, a full year of supporting membership in the association for free (a $60 value), and publication in SFL’s creative arts magazine Ama-Gi and an anthology.

Follow the link below for the contest rules and entry submission form:

Enter the Contest

We believe that dramatizing our values in fiction is one of the most important ways we can spread the message of liberty. So send us your visions of liberty, but make sure you don’t forget to craft a work of art while putting that vision into words.

We can’t wait to start reading your stories!

UPDATE 03/19/2014: And the results are in!

P.S. Help us spread the word on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook:

About the Author

Geoffrey Allan Plauché Founder

Geoffrey is an Aristotelian-Libertarian political philosopher, writer, editor, and web designer. His academic work has appeared in Libertarian Papers, the Journal of Libertarian Studies, the Journal of Value Inquiry, and Transformers and Philosophy. He lives in Houston, TX with his wife and two children.

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