Monday, December 21, 2009

Challenge of the Gauntlet in the Envelope


Colin Dunn issues a dark challenge from his home dimension.

Today Colin Dunn challenged Peter Harris and I me to publish a short story and get paid for it sometime in 2010.

All three of us have accomplished this feat once each in the past, then rested on our laurels and moved onto other things, despite our literary aspirations.

So the race is on. According to Colin's rules, the first to sell a story wins bragging rights, but that does not absolve the other contestants from completing the challenge. By hook or by crook, all three of us must sell a story by December 31, 2010, or face the shame of a failed quest.

Colin drops his gauntlet here.

Oh, and if anyone knows of any paying markets that still accept unsolicited manuscripts, please drop me a line via email or in the comments.


Peter Harris attempts to rub out the opposition.

3 comments:

Dr. Jon Friel said...
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Colin Dunn said...

Wow. I had forgotten about that photo.

But you're still going to lose.

Colin Dunn said...

And one more thing. It's not just bragging rights, but mocking rights as well.