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Halloween Writing Contest

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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

Monster Mash Slash Fiction: The 2017 Edition

Feast your eyes on these fiendish tales that we found frightfully entertaining…   Say My Name By: Alexander Nachaj You already know my name. I am the whisper in the dark. The subtle clatter from the downstairs kitchen when it’s late at night and you’re home alone the little creak in the foyer after your … Continue reading

13 Word Horror Stories: The 2017 Edition

These 13 word tragedies had us dreading what would happen next.   At Peace By: Rachel Morris Mom always felt one with nature. So I buried her in the backyard.   Finger Painting By: Emilie Barnes       “You said we could finger paint.” She smiled, pouring blood on my hand.   Not to … 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

THE REAPING SHALL COMMENCE!

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: 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

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