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Halloween Haiku

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Greetings Ghouls and Goblins! 4th Annual Halloween Winners

The Yuba College Literary Arts Club presents, with squeamish delight, our selections for this Halloween night.   Through agonizing deliberation, YCLAC has conjured up the winners in our 4th Annual Halloween Writing Challenge. The winners have claimed their title using chillingly creative works of spooky literature. So, sit back, grab your favorite candy bar, and … Continue reading

Halloween Haiku: The 2017 Edition

Our Halloween Haiku category summoned your most horrible poetry.  We found the following sickeningly sweet.   Blood Thirst By: Natalie Walker   Wine-stained red lips thirst to drink a glass of his blood. He should have swiped left   Natal Teeth By: Katherine Montalto   Born on the thirteenth with a full head or hair … Continue reading


We are accepting: Monster Mash Slash Fiction, Halloween Haiku, and our personal favorite, the 13 Word Horror Story. Continue reading

2nd Annual Halloween Writing Contest: Halloween Haiku Candy

Next up in the 2nd Annual Halloween Writing Contest is the “Halloween Haiku” Category. Halloween haiku Blending terror and creativity Will you sleep again? –by Jeremiah Looney, Yuba College Literary Arts Club WINNERS Death’s Way A loud, raspy scream He took his last breath of air Sounds of death echo –by Saajan Kandola, Andros Karperos … Continue reading