Group-Sponsored First Annual Tasha Mann Award Contest
|Aug 20, 2015
This is a group-sponsored contest in honor of our friend and fellow Scribber, Tasha Mann, who passed away on June 15, 2015. Tasha used futuristic or alternate worlds in many or her works, and that's the theme of this contest: the members of the Tasha Mann Critique Group want you to tell us a complete story, in 3,000 words or less, where the setting is in either an alternate world, or a futuristic one, or both. All genres are welcome, but the alternate or futuristic world must be a thematic element in the story. Send us your best.
If you'd like to join our group, please come check us out. Also, this year's karma for the prizes was raised totally by our members, but anyone who would like to donate karma toward next year's contest is more than welcome to do so. We aim to have lucrative prize amounts, and would like to see those amounts rise higher and higher each year.
Winners have been announced! Log in to see them.
|90 karma points
|30 karma points
|20 karma points
To enter the contest, post your work on Scribophile and check the box that says "Enter this work into the Group-Sponsored First Annual Tasha Mann Award Contest". Your work will automatically be considered.
The checkbox will be visible until the contest deadline, which is in UTC time.
Entry is free, but you'll need karma points to post your work. You can earn karma points by writing critiques of work by other members.
Entries must be received before midnight August 20, 2015 (UTC) and the winners will be announced on or before September 20, 2015 (UTC).
Entries must be no more than 3000 words per Scribophile's count.
Multiple entries are not allowed.
Work must have Public visibility on Scribophile until a winner is announced.
If you have placed in a contest in the past with a particular piece, you may not resubmit that piece to this contest.
Entries will be judged blind: Names and titles will be stripped and replaced with an entry number. Winners will be selected by a panel of volunteer readers.