Fans of the book Bloody Trinity (co-written with Sherrilyn Kenyon) have frequently asked author Dianna Love, “what does Feenix the gargoyle look like?” Love has given adult and high school students a chance to decide in her My Feenix art contest with $10,000 in prizes.
Contestants can create flat art, digital art, or 3D art. Artists must submit their piece by July 9th–the winner will be announced at a live event at an Atlanta-based art gallery. First-place for the adult winner includes $1,000 in prize money and a Belador package with a limited issue backpack, a limited issue t-shirt, signed copies of Blood Trinity, Alterant, Break Into Fiction, and Thinking Write. The adult winner will also get to choose a library to receive copies of Love’s books.
First-place for the student winner includes a 16gb iPad, a $50 Gift Card, and a Belador package. The student’s school art department will receive $500 and the student’s school library will receive copies of Love’s books.
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