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thevernacular
02-06-2015, 09:23 PM
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Fancy yourself the Poe of the 21st century?
Want to give Lovecraft a run for his money?
Have friends who fangirl over the Headless Horseman?
Throw some terrifying tales our way for
Inkitt's Darkest Place horror writing contest!

www.inkitt.com/darkestplace

Submit your blood-curdlers, spine-tinglers,
skin-crawlers, and hair-raisers to
Inkitt's free horror contest!
Fiction from flash to 10,000 words is accepted.
Receive the most votes to bump your entry
into judging by the Inkitt staff!

- Submissions are free!

- Register on Inkitt.com and submit your story at inkitt.com/darkestplace.

- Entry period begins on February 2nd and ends on February 28th at 11:59pm PST.

- Authors retain all rights to work submitted to the contest.

- Multiple entries are allowed, but each individual participant may win only one prize.

- Prizes can be shipped only to the United States, Canada, countries in the EU, and Australia.

- There is no age requirement for participation.

- Inkitt staff are not eligible to receive prizes, or be chosen as winners.

AW Admin
02-15-2017, 09:34 PM
Earlier today I received this Direct Message to my Twitter account:


Marvin Wey sent you a Direct Message.
Hey Lisa, I just launched a free novel contest where the winner gets offered a publishing deal and I'd be ready to pay up to 15$ per writer that you referred and that enters the contest (inkitt.com/novelcontest). Is that something you'd be interested in discussing further? I'd be happy to set up a quick call. Best, Marvin


Asking me to pimp a contest for pay says a lot about inkitt.
This is not the behavior of a reputable trade publisher.
You don't see Penguin, or Random House or Tor or Farrar Strauss and Giraux or Knopf or W. W. Norton or or or ... doing this.


I've blocked him.

You might want to read up on Inkitt here (http://absolutewrite.com/forums/showthread.php?306380-YADS-Inkitt).