Tag Archives: Transformation Contest

Top Transformer: “Off the Menu” by John Frain

In June 2016, the STL Scribblers participated in a 800-word writing challenge on the theme of Transformation. After a democratic vote, John Frain’s twisty and wonderfully Columbo-esque story “Off the Menu” was determined the first-place winner. John received a $25 … Continue reading

Posted in STL Scribblers | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

Top Transformer: “Looking Through Glass” by J.D. Campbell

In June, the STL Scribblers held a Transformation Microprose Contest, challenging writers to produce a 800-word piece on the theme. J.D. Campbell’s “Looking Through Glass,” a powerful piece on justice and empathy, is the second of three winners, selected by … Continue reading

Posted in STL Scribblers | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Scribbler’s Transformation Contest

“I intend to speak of bodies changed into new entities” Ovid, Metamorphoses Guidelines for Scribbler’s Micro-Prose Contest: “Transformation” 1. The theme of transformation can be literal or metaphorical–a mannequin coming to life, a girl turning into a butterfly, and a … Continue reading

Posted in STL Scribblers | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment