The News Feature will be released in December to give our members more time to submit their entries.
Here's the list we have so far:
's "Quarantine Under the Stars"
's "The Boy"
's "Shattered Promises"
's "Great Wolf Sepra Chapter 1"
's "Death and His Companion"
's "Self Discovery"
's "Something To Be"
So we set up a poll sometime last month about releasing a news feature showcasing our members' lovely deviations. Many supported the prospect, and now we're going to offer you something different than the usual November prompts.
So to all of our club members, send in one literature deviation you consider your best in your gallery, prose or poetry in a private note or in this journal. It doesn't matter what the subject matter is (keep it tasteful though) or if you choose to write a new piece specifically for this opportunity. ~Letters-Words-Write
will critique the piece and include it in a massive news feature
. For those of you with premium memberships, please leave the critique feature on. We'll be selecting forty deviants to feature in our first issue. Be assured that it won't be our last.
Additionally, we'd like for you to include a brief synopsis on what your chosen deviation means to you to include in the news feature.
There's a lot of undiscovered talent out there and we at ~Letters-Words-Write
want to give you a chance to showcase your work to the larger writing community.
++++++++Our New Features++++++++ Joining
In order to join our group, devwatch us before sending a note
under the subject "Joining." We would prefer if you include a sentence in your note as to whether you dabble in prose or poetry and if possible, the genre of your inclination. Submitting Literature
Send a note titled "Submission" with a link to the deviation and what prompt it belongs to. You don't have to be a member to participate in our monthly prompts. But, you won't be eligible for our mystery contests nor will you be featured in our journal. Submissions must be written for the prompt. Critiques
I'd just like to emphasize that the purpose of our critiques is to offer you some constructive feedback on your prose work. We all have room for improvement, and it's a grand thing to discover what your writing progress from passable, to better, to Daily Deviation worthy.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
's Nonfiction Nook is still hosting the Nonfiction Contest. We all have stories to tell. Here's your chance to share yours and win some great prizes! Contact ~ProsePlease
is hosting the World AIDS Day 2009 contest. The winning entries will be compiled into a full color book and its proceeds donated to AVERT, an international charity organization. You can find the news link here
Our member feature for October is !TremaniS
! She's fairly new to dA, so be sure to check out her impressive literature gallery.