I’ll Tell You For the Last Time

Just a reminder for those of you with literary bents:

1. You have just two days (er, after today) to get in your Unicorn Pegasus Kitten fanfic.

2. You also have the same amount of time to get in your applications to this year’s Viable Paradise workshop.

One suggestion: Do not use the first to apply for the second.

12 Comments on “I’ll Tell You For the Last Time”

  1. You do have to admit, if someone did manage to qualify for the second with their entry for the first, it’d probably be a pretty awesome entry.

  2. Already submitted for the former, not going to submit for the latter due to lack of funds/time. Maybe next year, we’ll see.

  3. I hope you post basic overviews of the types of entries you receive. For instance, Aaron Williams (Nodwick) posted his entry, a baroque archetypes-at-the-end-of-the-universe story.

    Just a few of the outlying ones, maybe. I’d be interested to see if, maybe, somebody managed to fit the painting to a 1950s-era alien invasion story. (*I* certainly didn’t.)

  4. booknerdgirl – I am a second generation nerd. I have many areas of nerd study including science fiction/fantasy books and television, comic books, roleplaying games, video games, and more. Read here to see my experiences of nerd culture.
    Lorien

    I’m currently working hard editing my friend Kasey’s submission. Being the red pen of doom is hard work.

  5. Alex Shvartsman – Brooklyn, NY – Alex Shvartsman (@AShvartsman) is a writer and game designer. His adventures so far have included traveling to over 30 countries, playing a card game for a living, and building a successful business. Alex resides in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and son. His recently published fiction is linked at https://sites.google.com/site/alexshvartsmanbibliography/
    Alex

    Mr. Scalzi,

    Will you consider posting some of the better stories that did not ultimately win here on Whatever? (with authors’ permission, of course)

  6. Probably not. If I was going to display them, I would want to pay for them. And I don’t have infinite resources.

  7. Lorien: I’ve been editing my own for the better part of a week, and after each time, the whole thing’s red. I’m finding it to be much harder work to pretend to be a writer than it is to keep hitting the delete key.

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