Flash Fiction Challenge: The Unexplainable Photo Challenge
Some brief administrative fol de rol:
Last week’s worldbuilding challenge, wherein I exhort folks to write new myths and gospels for the invented gods and goddesses of Blackbloom is live — I will casually note that, entries so far are quite low. We need more, if possible (elsewise I’ll interpret it as a sign that it’s time for the worldbuilding experiment to end). Have you tried your hand, yet?
The prior week’s fiction challenge — “An Affliction Of Alliteration” has plenty of entries, and is in fact why I’m being so slow to pick a winner. Reading fifty-one 1,000 word stories is like reading a short novel. In other words: holy crap. Expect an answer later today, which will be posted at that page.
This week’s is a doozy.
A link that recently whirled and pirouetted its way around the Internet is this one:
They are equal parts hilarious, absurd, abstract, disturbing, and downright creepy.
Your job is to choose one.
And write a story about that photo. In this way, you are “explaining” the “unexplainable.”
Any genre. Up to 1,000 words.
You should identify the photo you’re choosing both by description and by the photo’s numerical identification found at that Buzzfeed link above. Post the story at your blog. Link here. Point the way.
You’ve got one week.
Friday, December 23rd. Day before the day before Christmas. Ain’t that sweet?
Jump in, get weird, start writing. See you on the other side.