A contest using famous quotes from classic movies as a prompt.
What's Your Line?
Welcome to the What's Your Line Contest! This contest is based on famous lines from classic movies. I love movies in general, but the classics hold a special place in my heart. This contest will cover movies as far as the early nineteen-thirties to the late nineteen-nineties. This contest will run from the first of every month until the last Friday of every month. Prizes will be delegated the following Saturday. Let's check out the rules!
1.This contest is prompt based, runs monthly and accepts poetry and shorts.
2. You can enter up to two items. A poem and a short story, or two poems or two shorts, (poems 40 lines, short stories up to 2500 words) but only one can win. Your entry can be any rating.
3. It costs NOTHING to enter this contest.
4. Each contest entry will receive a review from me if it references this contest.
5. Your contest entry must have the prompt you choose under the title along with the line/word count. The prompt itself does not have to be in the item verbatim, but it must reference one of the three prompts given in this contest. If your entry does not reference one of the prompts given, it will not be entered into this contest and will not receive a review.
6. All entries must be new and written for this contest.
7. When noting your entry in the forum, please add the prompt that you used.
8. If there are fewer than five participants, there will only be one winner.
There will be a short story and a poetry winner for each prompt.
The first place winners will receive 15,000 gps each.
Second place winners will receive 10,000 gps each.
Third place winners will receive 5,000 gps each.
If there are fewer than five entries to this contest, then there will only be one over all winner.
Donations are accepted. All donors will receive a merit badge of their choosing.
Next Round January 1st~January 31st
1. "Greet the dawn with a breath of fire."
Harold and Maude (1971)
2."We seem to be made to suffer. It's our lot in life."
Star Wars (1977)
3. "It appears my hiprocracy knows no bounds."
HAPPY WRITING and GOOD LUCK!