It was another great week here at Grammar Ghoul Press! I loved seeing what you guys did with a beautiful day and a little angst.
I’d like to take a quick moment to thank everyone who has helped to make this place such a vibrant writing community! It’s wonderful to see you guys reading each other’s submissions and offering such great feedback. Keep it up – and keep spreading the word.
Writing Challenge Winners
Okay, on to our winners!
|Mutant 750 #28
|1st:||Tony, of Bedbug’s Writing, with his story, Revelation, Part Two, a thought-provoking and sometimes difficult piece. Congratulations, Tony! Don’t forget to grab your Mutant 750 winner’s badge from the sidebar.
|2nd:||EA Wicklund, with Lively Characters, a creative twist on the importance of character development.
|3rd:||Michael, of Hypothetically Writing, with the latest chapter of Gaseous Girl’s adventure in Hell, Splitters.|
|Chimera 66 #13
|1st:||EA Wicklund, with A Fine Pair, a delightfully tongue-in-cheek piece. Congratulations, EA! Don’t forget to grab your Chimera 66 winner’s badge from the sidebar.
|2nd:||Jacqueline Casey, with her poignant and stunning poem, June 6, 1944.
|3rd:||Grammar Ghoul newcomer, Anusha, with her humorous and thoughtful piece, An Unbearable Existence.|
Congratulations to all our winners! I love how diverse your submissions were.
Prompts for Mutant 750 #29
Before we get to this week’s prompts, here’s a quick review of how our Mutant 750 Writing Challenge works. We give you two prompts: A word and something visual. You have to use both prompts in your submission. You write a flash fiction/micro story or a poem (max. 750 words) and post it on your blog. You include our badge, which you should see in the right sidebar (just copy all of the text beneath the badge and paste it into the HTML or Text view of your post). Then you add your link to the Inlinkz grid at the bottom of this page, and go read all the other submissions.
April 15th marks Leonardo da Vinci‘s 563rd birthday. I don’t know about you, but my favourite pieces of da Vinci’s work are his sketches. So this week, your visual prompt is the sketch of da Vinci’s glider, which was designed with inspiration from his bat wing sketch at the top of the page. You will find both of your prompts below.
The official rules are below, as is the Inlinkz grid. Don’t be afraid to contact us if you have any questions about the challenge.
- • Challenge submissions must be fiction or poetry.
- • Submissions must be 750 words or less.
- • Submissions must use the prompt as specified.
- • Submissions should be written for the challenge, and shouldn’t pre-date the kickoff post.
- • One submission per person.
- • Please put lengthy explanations at the end of your post, not at the beginning.
- • Don’t forget to add the code for the challenge badge to your post.
- • And don’t forget to have fun!