Nov 01 2015

How did the writing contest go

There is no way, that I’ve found, to figure out now who won the Almost an Inkling Creative Writing Contest run by Signum University’s Mythgard Institute yesterday. I was at the hospital on Halloween. Mostly for my own health reasons, but also because I helped a terminal little friend of mine Trick-or-Treat on the ward. Because I would not trade that moment to sit and watch a live YouTube broadcast, I am left uncertain of who won. Honestly, it was worth it. So congratulations to whoever earned the win. I can’t remark on your story because I don’t know which one it was. Thank you to everyone who voted for me. The kind act fills my heart. Your vote might have made a difference (because I don’t know if I won, lost, came in second…).

Watch that tweet for more information, if it becomes available.



David Urbach, “Coyote, the Stars, and the Moon”
ron dorman, “Ellen of the Province”
Avery Rist, “I Remember”
Elijah David, “Herald of Shadows”
S. Dorman, “The Hitch, in Preparing to Meet…”
Rebecca Bruner, “The Pre-Med and the Frog Prince”
Cheryl Cardoza, “The Shimmering”
Olivia Jakobitz, “Ambassador Stone”
Dan Kinney, “The Death-Lords of the Isles of Ash”
Laura Crouse, “The Sisters of Protection Skete”
J Lenni Dorner, “Chocolate Covered Toffee or Vanilla Taffy”
L. F. S. Alden, “Starry Sea”
Kylie Wicker, “The Rape of Argonnai”

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    • Chris on November 5, 2015 at 4:45 PM

    Nice. You did a good deed on Halloween even when your health was not at its best.
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