Our most recent kontest, the Kafka Konundrum, kouldn’t kaptivate our readers. My apologies–usually I put effort into promoting the kontests to get an assortment of entries and I failed to do so this time around. We had only four entries, and very few comments. So I decided the closest thing I kould do the being fair is to divide the $100 prize money among the four writers who sent an entry.
Author Archives: Thornton Sully
What happens when nothing happens?
Getting your teeth into a story requires a little bridgework
Care for a little green with your turkey?
1000 greens to go with Thanksgiving dinner
A thousand reasons to write, Contests, Featured, Poetry
Stefanie Allison is definitely ticked-off! Entry # 22
Where the hell am I?
We’re extending the deadline to enter the competitionfor the most compelling first 1,000 words
“It’s none of their business you had to learn how to write. Let them think you were born that way.” (Ernest Hemingway)
She tells him their strategy: they will feign an amorous mood and walk down to a patch of shrubbery on the riverbank.
A thousand reasons to write, Contests, Featured
Inheriting Trouble: Author Nancy Milby takes us to France with Entry #9
A French cafe’ under siege! Is nothing sacred?
Certainly, this couldn’t be one of the dogs she was promising to kill.
A thousand reasons to write, Featured
David Brin–and I thought 7 was a lucky number! A leap of faith.
He was a Da–aa–aay trader! One way ticket yeah…