Category Archives: Contests

Here at A Word with You Press we have the odd contest or two. Not that these are contests to see who is in deed oddest, but you know…they are odd. These are our current, active contests.

And the winner is?

the wall of a church near Prague, weathered by a thousand years

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. 

Goddess of Nothing! Judge Chase Katz Shall Not Bow!

“The lunatic, the lover, and the poet, are of imagination all compact.”
― William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Amy Stokes Will Be Home for Christmas! Entry #34

“Well, I don’t know what to say except it’s Christmas and…we’re all in misery.”–Ellen Griswold from “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”