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Gordon Van Gelder
Posted on Monday, November 05, 2007 - 06:24 pm:   

The latest F&SF competition closes next week, so here's a reminder to get those poems in!

http://www.sfsite.com/fsf/2007/competition0710.htm

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F&SF COMPETITION #75: REWRITE-KU

Retell a well-known science fiction or fantasy story in the form of a haiku. (First line, 5 syllables; second line, 7 syllables; third line, 5 syllables.)

Limit your expertise to six entries, and try to make them funny.

Example:

"A Boy and His Dog" by Harlan Ellison:

A boy loves his dog.
Dog is hurt. Needs meat to live.
Dog loves boy's girl cooked.



Send entries to
Competition Editor, F&SF,
240 West 73rd St. #1201,
New York, NY 10023-2794,
or email entries to carol-at sign-cybrid.net.

Be sure to include your contact information. Entries must be received by November 15, 2007. Judges are the editors of F&SF, and their decision is final. All entries become the property of F&SF.

check First prize will receive a copy of Infinity x 2: The Life and Art of Ed and Carol Emshwiller by Luis Ortiz.
check Second prize will receive advance reading copies of three forthcoming novels.
check Any runners-up will receive one-year subscriptions to F&SF. Results of Competition #75 will appear in the April 2008 issue.

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