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Trigger Warning Writing Contest: The Winner, Runner Up, and 6 Honorable Mentions

The launch of our new website interrupted publication of the honorable mentions in our Spring Shock “Trigger Warning” Writing Contest. Here they all are:

Grand Prize Winner:

 
Honorable Mentions

  • “Choice of Tech” by Bokerah Brumley
  • “Nothing Like It In the World” by David Walls-Kaufman
  • “Right In The Childhood” by Josh Lieblein
  • “India Summer” by Mark Ellis
  • “From the Notebook of Norman Dornan, Father of the Stomach Condom” by Frederic Himebaugh
  • “Comeseemenow” by Aaron Smith
  • The ‘Hotter Than Hell’ Heroes Vs Villains Summer & Fall Fiction Contest

    Moses Vs Pharaoh. David Vs Goliath. Odysseus Vs Poseidon. He-Man Vs Skeletor. Mario Vs Bowser. Most great stories that have shaped humanity from ancient times to the present have depicted the noble hero’s conflict with an intimidating villain. And that’s what we’re looking for at Liberty Island.

    Comeseemenow

    An Honorable Mention in the 2017 Spring Shock Trigger Warning Writing Contest.

    From the Notebook of Norman Dornan, Father of the Stomach Condom

    An Honorable Mention in the 2017 Spring Shock Trigger Warning Writing Contest.

    Right In The Childhood

    An Honorable Mention in the 2017 Spring Shock Trigger Warning Writing Contest.

    Choice of Tech

    An Honorable Mention in the 2017 Spring Shock Trigger Warning Writing Contest

    Something Unburiable

    The Runner Up in the 2017 Spring Shock “Trigger Warning” Writing Contest Trigger Warning: this story contains depictions of Friedrich Nietzsche being kissed. Reader discretion is advised. German Chancellor Johanna Meier was a Christian Democrat, with an emphasis on neither. She regarded the village of Rocken in Saxony-Anhalt with stony indifference as she and Hans approached it in the truck. A small town for small minds: its perfect symbol was the brutish tower of the church, dark gray against the velvet black of the vaulting heavens. The tower’s awkward proportions projected […]

    Simonanta’s Ascension

    The Winner of the 2017 Spring Shock “Trigger Warning” Writing Contest He’d been eating her food for a year, but it was almost gone. He’d been planning to have people over to join him in eating the last eggplant parm when it came to it, but he decided he wanted to eat it all himself. Plus he hadn’t talked to any of his friends in like. It wasn’t that he was anti-social without her, or even that he had some kind of aversion to people, it was just that it was […]