Ultimate Writing Contest (Take 2) October 7, 2009 - November 7, 2009
Reading and Deliberating
This is a multi-peiced challenge contest that requires you to think outside the box and the vary your writing. For those of you who love challenges and experimenting: this is for you.
So what do you do?
Well, I'll tell you right now, you're probably going to start from scratch. not necessarily, but it's likely you will. My friends, you are writing five peices for this contest, and each peice is going to fit exactly into each of the descriptions I give you.
It should be fun! =]
So I'll list each type of writing you have to do, then you'll submit them (all at once preferably, but one at a time is okay too)
By the way, the 'topic' is what you base your peice around, or just mention at least once. be creative with it!
Type: Story (Short Story)
Word Count: Less that 3,000
Genre: Your choice!
Topic: Candy (yes, the kind you eat)
Type: Hiaku (message me if you don't know what that is)
Word Count: No limit, as long as it fits the 5,7,5 syllable pattern
Genre: NOT Nonfiction
Topic: No nature. yes, its an antihiaku hiaku =D
Word Count: Less than 4,000
Genre: Comedy (and anything else you want to add along with it)
Topic: The Study of Fantasy and Sci-Fi Things
Type: Poem- Limerick
Word count: Any, must follow 3,3,2,2,3 rhyme pattern/beat though
Genre: Mini Tragedy (Yes, include a whole "story" in it)
Topic: High School Drama
Word Count: 10,000. Exactly. (3-4 chapters)
Genre: Either romance, mystery, action or chick lit. (and can include somethign along with one of those four, too)
Note: I'll constructively critique each peice of yours, for I hope this strengthens your writing and I hope you have fun at the same time!
When I choose winners, I'll chose your Novella peice as the winner, even though the scoring will be over all five categories :D
You have one month: so i hope your self motivated! (Its really not that hard: ever tried nanowrimo? now thats hard! so no complaining about only one month ;])
A smile on your face =D
Writer In Progress
Created Oct 7, 2009