i didnt even know when the contest started can we get email notification?
The car will pass the two cyclists almost 21.5 miles from town at approximately 10:25:43 am.
When is the next contest? I would like to enter please. Thank you.
actually x-ray wouldn't work on tv because it presents a static image of which additional information cannot be gathered
Man, what a great fun read! You should get Jesus and Alia married and do her take on her mother-in-law.
- Laurah N
cool...just wondering, are there any other requirements for the contest? # of words? # of pages? where to submit? i'm probably missing the links to this info. but, yeah. would love to know!
I am trying to find out about keys. I really love them and REALLY want to know more... is there any way you could email me some information or a website or something? Thanks if you do: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why are the winning stories always angst-ridden, filled with tedious if well described detail that essentially go nowhere, seeming to make a fetish of ending unresolved?
Capsule glimpses into everyday life are so overdone.
I collect old Mine Safety Lamps and I have one that needs a clock key for a three sided pin. The key would be 1/4" in diameter and the three sides of the hole would be 1/8". Have you ever seen something like this? Fred@Hutchinson.net
Yeah the last line was definitely cut off and it drove me crazy! I would be really pissed if I were the author.
Great story. Piss poor editing and layout though. This publication has gone down fast since the idiot owner fired Ken Edelstein. You lost the last line of this story AND in the food section, Jennifer Zyman's misspelling of bear - as in "I can't bear to see a good paper go to hell" - should be embarrassing to anyone who gives a shit about journalistic integrity in print.
are there no comments posted on any of the stories? or can i just not find them. i can't seem to find a place to look at any comments except the three "most recent" on the news & views page! e-mail me if you know! thanks! email@example.com
how do you enter the writing contest and when??
Thomas Hadley firstname.lastname@example.org
Gosh, that was a good story!!! Congrats to the author for winning, she sure did deserve it.
I didn't think any of the stories were awful- they were pretty good- but it does seem like throwing in random Atlanta references and being a previously published writer was the way to win.
Congratulations Brian! We're all very proud of you.
I LOVE Brian Bannon's writing.
And his standup.
when undiscovered talent write something good enough to be judged as a winner, then the undiscovered talent will be published.
it's the process of the writing that's important, no?
sorry lulabelle, you bitch, but, I'm a fan
This is shit. The spanish is bad but then so is the story. The AJC---I mean Creative Loafing---Fiction Contest would have done well to publish stories written by undiscovered talent instead of these already discovered and rather discarded talentless writers.
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