“It’s a race! It’s a race! I’m weeing! I’m weening!”
Well, it isn’t a race, but I’m pleased to say that I’m one of those that were picked by popular vote in the “Almost an Inkling Writing Contest!” New prompt is up this week; the hint is “a One Minute Mystery.” You should check it out!
Click over to the contest home page to watch a video in which I talk about the winners and to download a .pdf of the winning entries!
Week 1 was:
Through Mysterious Doors
This week, we entered the world of microfiction with stories of up to 333 words that involved portals into other realms. Our writers took a character through some kind of gateway or past some threshold into a secondary world unlike our own.
Eugene Sullivan, “The Stairwell”
POPULAR WINNER (tied):
Brenton Dickieson, “One Step Into Dawn”
LITERARY WINNER Second Runner-Up:
Cheryl Cardoza, “Fairy Rings”
LITERARY WINNER First Runner-Up:
Anne Whitver, “Never Trust a Clock”
LITERARY PRIZE WINNER:
Laura Crouse, “Lot’s Wife”