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Photo Contest // Close to Home
Win a framed of a unique spot in Montgomery Magazine by correctly identifying the photo. Click Here to Enter.

Picture This Montgomery
We are pleased to announce that three local photography clubs - Gaithersburg Camera Club, NIH Camera Club will be participating in Picture This Montgomery, a new contest open to amateur photographers in our county and designed to capture the beauty and splendor of Montgomery County through the lens of a camera.

There is no entry fee and winners will have their work published in Montgomery Magazine and online. Rules, categories and submission process are available here.

Restaurant Giveaway
Win gift cards to great Montgomery County restaurants. Sign up for Montgomery Magazine's monthly e-newsletter to participate. Click Here to Sign Up.

Montgomery Writes 2017 RESULTS
Read Winning Entries for 2016
The Montgomery County chapter of the Maryland Writers’ Association and Montgomery Magazine again have teamed up to create a short-form writing contest – Montgomery Writes! – exclusively for Montgomery County residents.

The contest is divided into three genres – fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry. The winner of each genre will receive $250 and have his or her work published in a future issue of Montgomery Magazine. Two runners-up will receive $100 and have their work published on this website.

Submissions must be previously unpublished and no longer than 2,000 words. Up to three poems may be submitted, but they cannot run longer than 2,000 words combined. Entries will be accepted starting April 1, 2017. Winners will be announced in November. One winner and two runners-up will be chosen from each category. Entry to the contest is free.

So, come on, county residents. Show us your creative side and we’ll show the world just how well Montgomery Writes!


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CURRENT ISSUE // December - January 2018

 
Montgomery Writes



WHERE ARE YOU? This large, scenic place features rolling hills, open fields and the county’s rich farming heritage in the form of barns, out buildings, activity center, and some farm equipment from bygone days. Photograph by Bill Kamenjar

One winner will be randomly selected from all correct answers received by January 10.
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CONTEST WINNER
Marianne Sickman of
of Gaithersburg recognized the locomotive steam engine at the Gaithersburg History Park near the city’s current train station.
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