3-Minute Horror Story Competition

 It is that time of year:  time for the 2nd Annual Writers Unite 3-Minute Horror Story Contest!
Submissions are due October 20th.  Here are the specifics and some prompts to get your horrific stories going:
1. One submission per entrant; entrants must use their PVCC email to submit.
2. Only PVCC students, faculty and staff may enter.
3. Submissions may not exceed 600 words.
4. Submissions must be wholly the individual’s work.
5. Submissions should be cautious about the use of inappropriate language or content. Be courteous of other people; offensive and derogatory language is not permitted.
6. Submissions must be emailed to literarymagazine@pvcc.edu by 11:59pm on [Mon., Oct. 20th at 11:59pm]. 
How to Win
Entries will be judged by a panel of members of Writers Unite! Entries will be judged by originality, creativity and the quality of writing. Several prompts will be provided; using a prompt will neither increase nor decrease the entrant’s chance of winning.
All submissions may be read aloud at the Art Department’s Candy-a-Thon & Three Minute Horror Story Reading on the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 28th, approximately 3pm ; some may be included in the 2014/2015 Fall Line Literary Magazine. The top 3 entrants will receive a certificate; first place will receive a fabulous Halloween Care Package. 
Don’t know how to start?  Well, we’ve got some ideas. 
1. Write a story in which the narrator realizes he or she is being controlled by an outside force.2. Think of something that frightened you as a child, and write a horror story incorporating that fear.

3. You are invited to a swanky party full of boring people.  To amuse yourself, you ask people, “Do you know what it’s like to kill someone?” Then, someone says, “Yes.”

4. You come to the realization that your best friend or lover has murdered someone.  How did you figure it out?

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