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Sci-Fi Writing Contest



Welcome to the Sci-Fi Writing Contest! Now, for those who want to enter here are the rules:

Rules:(Some of these rules are it is safe for younger readers)

1. NO copying someone else's work (must be your own idea)
2. NO sexual content
3. Prologues are ONLY necessary to make it easier for voting at the end
4. NO bad language (making it safe for younger viewers)
5. ONLY ONE entry per person

Rewards shall be created later and shall be posted within this wiki.

[Closed for Judging]




Contestants:

1. Username: [blu.nation]
Wiki containing your prologue: Lander: Chronicles of the Beast II

2. Username:[Duhe Rahn]
Wiki containing your prologue:Duhe Rahn story # 2

  
3. Username: [Limbed]
Wiki containing your prologue: The Dance of Life

4. Username:[Wednesday]
Wiki containing your prologue:Saving my people

5. Username:[Trid3nt]
Wiki containing your prologue:The 17th - Holocaust

Judges:

1. [Kazurramah]
2. [Linderel]



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2006-09-07 [Kaimee]: What consitutes sci-fi in this contest? Does it have to be the typical futuristic society with space ships and aliens, or can we go by wikipedia definitions and involve any speculative fiction that encompasses the effects of science, technology, alternative societies/history/realities, and time?

2006-09-09 [Kazurramah]: Well, I want the writers to write with the sci-fi (futuristic) world in mind, but i want them to be original about it...I suppose I should have put that up...I'm sorry that it wasn't up. I wasn't thinking about that

2006-09-09 [Kaimee]: "The sci-fi (futuristic) world"? There's one particular world/reality you want this written for? Please, provide references! I've read thousands of different worlds, universes, realities, dimensions... which?!

2006-09-09 [iippo]: If you've read about what you'll write, you won't follow the first rule...? o.O

2006-09-09 [Kaimee]: But the contest owner wants us to write about some specific scifi type futuristic world, how can we know what that is without having encountered said world before? O.o

2006-09-09 [Kazurramah]: Please forgive me. I'm getting confused. I'll change what I can. I'm sorry

2006-09-09 [iippo]: Where are you getting the specific world -thing? o.O The page says "must be your own idea".

2006-09-10 [Kazurramah]: Oh! okay. Well, I'm just saying that you can't submit something that was someone else's and you can't use something that already exists. If it confuses you please tell me.

2006-09-10 [Kaimee]: "I want the writers to write with the sci-fi (futuristic) world in mind" in reference to what I actually asked :P I asked what constituted scifi for this contest, as I've seen many different definitions. I asked whether we were going with the wikipedia definition (involving any speculative fiction that encompasses the effects of science, technology, alternative societies/history/realities, and time) or whether it was the shallower "futuristic space station type setting with aliens and transporter rays" :P

2006-09-10 [Kaimee]: The copyright rules are obvious and don't confuse me, I'm asking what you are defining as science fiction for the purposes of this contest, as the definition changes a lot.

2006-09-10 [Kaimee]: Also, is this a short story contest or a novel contest?
Rule 4. Prologues are ONLY necessary to make it easier for voting at the end, does that mean it's a novel contest but you only want the prologue? :S
What's the minimum/maximum word count requirement?

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