The 2nd Annual Group-Sponsored Happy Father's Day Horror Contest
|Jun 9, 2022
The First Three Sentences group invites you to show us your horror stories for Father’s Day. Last year's contest was a lot of fun so we're doing it again this year.
Write a story of up to 1,000 words using that photo you see in the upper left hand corner of this page as a prompt. You can do whatever you want with the prompt—the story you come up with is all yours. No adult labels or gratuitous gore, please. Just make the hairs on the back of Dad’s neck stand up.
The First Three Sentences group is all about great beginnings. But don’t worry about that now, we want to see an entire story up to 1,000 words. If you try to impress us with a drabble, make sure they are exactly 100 words not including the title, and let us know you intend for it to be a drabble.
All participating members of our group will be judges in a series of rounds of votes. Members of the group may enter the contest as there will be enough judges to neutralize voting for ones self.
The winners will be announced on Father’s Day, June 19, 2022.
Prize money for this contest is provided by the Scribophile Writing Contest Prize Fund.
Winners have been announced! Log in to see them.
|$100 cash via PayPal
|$75 cash via PayPal
|$50 cash via PayPal
Entries must be no longer than 1,000 words per Scribophile’s count.
No novel chapters.
Work submitted must not have been previously won or placed in any other contest.
No previously published stories.
Only one entry per member.
Entries must have Public visibility on Scribophile until winners are announced.
You may post your work, receive critiques, and edit until the deadline.
Entry is free, but you’ll need karma points to post your work to the contest. You can earn karma points, by writing critiques of work with other members.
To post your work for this contest, check the box that says “Enter this work into the 2nd Annual Group-Sponsored Happy Father’s Day Horror Contest.” Your work will automatically be considered. The check box will be visible until the contest deadline, which is in UTC time.