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13 Word Horror Stories

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Skull Roll, Please: Announcing the Winners of the YCLAC 3rd Annual Halloween Contest – The 13 Word Horror Story

As always, some entries gave us chills, while others made us giggle. Continue reading

Call for Submissions: YCLAC’s Halloween Writing Contest & Flumes, Vol. 1.2

The Reaping Has Begun! YCLAC’s 3rd Annual Halloween Writing Contest: Submit soon, or be forever doomed Once again, The Haberdasher is pleased to support the Yuba College Literary Arts Club’s annual Halloween Writing Contest. This year’s contest features the following categories: 13 Word Horror Stories, Monster Mash Slash Fiction, and Trick or Treat Poetry. For descriptions of each category and submission … Continue reading

2nd Annual Halloween Writing Contest: 13 Word Horror Story Tricks & Treats

First up in the 2nd Annual Halloween Writing Contest is the “13 Word Horror Story” Category. As we began to revise and narrow down the potential winning submissions in this, by far our most popular, category, we soon realized this wasn’t going to be an easy task. Debating our conflicting views and fighting for our … Continue reading

The Chill is Back! The YCLAC 2nd Annual Halloween Writing Contest Begins Now

Once again, The Haberdasher is pleased to support the Yuba College Literary Arts Club’s annual Halloween Writing Contest. This year’s contest features four categories: Halloween Haiku, Spell Poems, 13 Word Horror Stories and the All Hallows Short Short. The deadline (and we do mean dead) is Thursday, Oct. 15. Multiple submissions are welcomed. The contest … Continue reading

Inspired by All Hallow’s Eve: Bring on the Ghouls & Banish the Ex

On behalf of the Yuba College Literary Arts Club, The Haberdasher is pleased to announce the winners of the first annual Halloween Writing Contest. This year’s categories include Spell Poems (inspired by the three witches infamous ” Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and caldron bubble,” from Shakespeare’s Macbeth), 13 Word Horror Stories, and … Continue reading

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