This year's winner is... Rebecca Springer! Congratulations to Rebecca, and thanks to all those who competed. Stay tuned for more information and a link to the source file.
How it works:
Sign up as an individual or a team (limit: two people per team) using the signup form below by 11:59 p.m. EST on Saturday, March 26 (or until we reach our cap of 25 participants, at which time the form will be closed). Please see the Official Contest Rules for eligibility requirements.
After you submit the form, the confirmation page will include all the instructions you need to download the necessary files and prepare your entry. Your mission: to transform our disastrous EPUB into a glorious, beautifully designed, platform-agnostic, fully accessible ebook. Note: All submissions will be made publicly available after the competition, so a CC-BY license is necessary.
Submit your file to SYTYCC@booknetcanada.ca by 11:59 p.m. EST on Sunday, March 27, 2016.
Our panel of judges will QA all submissions across multiple e-readers and devices, and select a winning entry. The winners will be showered with prizes (and nerd glory!) at the end of the ebookcraft conference on Thursday, March 31, 2016. After that, the source code for all submissions will be made publicly available.
Read the SYTYCC 2016 Official Contest Rules.
Thank you to our SYTYCC coordinator, Laura Brady, and our 2016 panel of judges: India Amos, Monique Mongeon, and Joshua Tallent! (Read about them.)
Digital content for the competition has been generously provided by House of Anansi Press and Figure 1 Publishing.
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