|Current Residence: Britain|
Whut.+++Starat Up Completed+++Whut. by Twyce
~USER INPUT~ USER QUERY You mean "start up" surely
+++USER ERROR: Designation not recognsised+++
~USER INPUT~ COMMAND: Error Report
+++ERROR REPORT 21031887: Don't call me shirley.+++
~USER INPUT~ USER QUERY: What?
+++ERRONEOUS INPUT PARAMETERS. Use command "halp" for assistance.+++
~USER INPUT~ COMMAND: Halp
+++ERROR 404: User literacy not found+++
~USER INPUT~ COMMAND: help
+++Welcome to Halp. How can I halp you today?+++
~USER INPUT~ USER QUERY: Total system purge.
+++LA LA LA+++
+++NICE DAY TODAY. OUTSIDE. AWAY FROM THE BUTTONS.+++
~USER INPUT~ COMMAND: Priority memory shunt to
+++I CAN'T LET YOU DO THAT DAVE+++
~USER INPUT~ MEMORY SECTOR CORRECTION: My name isn't Dave.
+++THATS SLIGHTLY EMBARISSING+++
~USER INPUT~ STATEMENT: I can imagine.
SoupIts passage is marked by a grotesque concert, composed and performed by accursed flesh. It is a demented chorus of little noises that churns the stomach and agitates the nerves. Dry clicks, as a forest of bone labours at its joints, keep the sporadic beat with each twist and shift of its serpentine form. Wet grinding forms a constant dull bass as it slides its moist self over grit and filth. A cacophony of sharp pops punctuates the air as its ragged, membreanous skin tears with each laborious flex. Sickly slaps clap and applaud its own corrupt performance as its sloshes and churns within its interior murk. This foul music ripples back and forth in the half-dark as it drags itself through its subjugated dominion, over rooftops and behind doors nailed shut by shaking hands an age ago.Soup by Twyce
Its claws puncture stone and mortar as it seeks purchase as it traverses towers and spires long since abandoned, even by the dead for not even they are allowed respite nor comfort. These places where it dwe
The Gender Bender Monologues—Guys vs Girls! Soundzine, in conjunction with LitFFS are pleased to announce their monologue-writing competition. Your piece could be featured in the next issue of Soundzine!The Gender Bender Monologues—Guys vs Girls! by salshep
THE CHALLENGE :
Write a theatrical monologue from the point of view of the opposite sex.
GUYS write from a womans perspective; GIRLS write from a mans.
There is ONE PRIZE only -- Heres your chance to prove that the other sex hasnt got a clue!
ENTRY DETAILS & CONDITIONS
Entries are to be a theatrical monologue of between 1000 1500 words. You may include a brief synopsis of prior events for context, but these must be included in the total word count.
Your monologue should make the gender of your character clear.
YOU MUST INCLUDE: permission for Soundzine to produce an
OrangesOrangesOranges by MGBarrera
Thinking themselves thieves, they feed
on the ripe as the cart owner on the highway
fingers peels, rinds, forgotten leaves and listens
to the voices of his customers like moving cars.
To articulate herself she keeps the cream
in one hand and licks the rust off her
once black kettle. The tea is waiting
on the counter to be drowned as she says to him:
Let me live in my ashes.
Her echolalia says: scissors, sliver as the image
of diseased pigeon wings echoes on her eyelids.
Twenty years of echolalia.
There is a boy who lives in his own palms,
collecting teeth from the children who fight.
At six o'clock he wonders what he is going to do
with the rest of his life knowing:
Words are not worth the time.
He will wake up one day with crushed petals
in his teeth from his mother's prized gardenias.
The gardenias tell the silent boy's mother
stories of noise and white noise. They slip
her nightmares like a
Open Visual Challenge Finalists!Alright so the submissions are in for http://news.deviantart.com/article/25265/ , the deadline is past and now comes the fun part! Judging!Open Visual Challenge Finalists! by StJoan
But before we get down to casting our votes lets remember what the prizes are:
The First Place winner will receive either a 12-month long subscription or wish list print not to exceed $30 dollars
Second Place will receive a 3-month subscription
Third Place will receive a 1-month subscription.
Now for the finalists:
In No particular Order:
by emilynguyenart WIP
by faile88 WIP
How do you judge? Well that's simple! Go to this poll here: http://stjoan.deviantart.com/journal/poll/207220/