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Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. Writopia Lab. For Teachers. How We Can Help Writopia Lab is thrilled to serve as the Regional Affiliate for The Writing Awards in Greater Washington this year.

For Teachers

We are available to: answer questions about registration and submission,make classroom visits to inform and inspire your students,help students write quality pieces through our after-school workshops, special events, and private sessions, andprovide promotional materials such as posters and postcards. Please contact us at dc.scholasticawards@writopialab.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for assistance. Why do students participate in The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards? College Preparation: To develop the skills and vision needed for college admissions. Scholarships and Cash Awards: To earn scholarships from a pool of over $3.5 million in tuition support, the largest source of funding for teens in the arts. Summer Intensives: To earn scholarships to attend summer writing intensive programs. Next Steps. National Novel Writing Month. Fuquastjohn : About to present. #nanowri...

NaNoWriMo Young Writers Program. Novelist attendance. Nano short. Wired 14.11: Very Short Stories. 33 writers. 5 designers. 6-word science fiction.

Wired 14.11: Very Short Stories

Page 1 of 1 We'll be brief: Hemingway once wrote a story in just six words ("For sale: baby shoes, never worn. ") and is said to have called it his best work. So we asked sci-fi, fantasy, and horror writers from the realms of books, TV, movies, and games to take a shot themselves. Dozens of our favorite auteurs put their words to paper, and five master graphic designers took them to the drawing board.

Sure, Arthur C. Failed SAT. Computer, did we bring batteries? Vacuum collision. Gown removed carelessly. Automobile warranty expires. Machine. Longed for him. His penis snapped off; he’s pregnant! From torched skyscrapers, men grew wings. - Gregory Maguire Internet “wakes up?” With bloody hands, I say good-bye. - Frank Miller Wasted day. “Cellar?” Epitaph: Foolish humans, never escaped Earth. - Vernor Vinge It cost too much, staying human. - Bruce Sterling We kissed. It’s behind you! I’m your future, child. 1940: Young Hitler!

I’m dead. Hint Fiction Contest, Judged By Stewart O’Nan (2009) In the last two weeks of April 2009, I hosted a Hint Fiction Contest at my blog. Writers could submit two stories each. They could be either original or reprints. We received over 200 entries, all of which were read blindly. Gay Degani and I narrowed those 200 entries to just 20. Those were sent to best-selling author Stewart O’Nan, who had kindly agreed to act as the final judge. First place winner: HOUSE HUNTING by Gary A. The fence is tall. Second place winner: DEPARTURE by Donora Hillard The terminal is unkind. Third place winner: PROGRESS by Joe Schreiber After seventeen days she finally broke down and called him “daddy.” LHP Photos. Novel Project Audiobook.pdf. XTRA Normal Prompt. Kiler iPod - chareve. Donuts and Zombies.