National Punctuation Day, Sept. 24, will be honored with a Punctuation Paragraph Contest.
Write one paragraph, maximum of three sentences, using these 13 punctuation marks: apostrophe, brackets, colon, comma, dash, ellipsis, exclamation point, hyphen, parentheses, period, question mark, quotation mark, and semicolon. You may use a punctuation mark more than once.
The prize is “a box of punctuation goodies.”
Entries will be accepted at Jeff@NationalPunctuationDay.com through Sept. 30.