Win Tim Waggoner’s Registration

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Tim Waggoner has an extra registration for StokerCon 2017 and he wants you to have it. The catch? The person who gets Tim’s registration is the one who writes the best 250 word flash fiction horror story before February 15! Tim wants to see your best flash fiction. Make him tremble; make him afraid; make him look under the chair while he is reading it and you win his registration for StokerCon2017! (Plus you can attend his Horror University Seminar and thank him in person!)

The Rules:
1. Membership in HWA or is not necessary in order to enter.
2. Entrants must submit an original, unpublished 250 or less word short horror story via the HWA Submitable site by midnight PST on February 15, 2017.
3. Stories remain the property of the entrants, neither HWA nor Tim Waggoner will publish it, do anything with it, steal your idea, etc. Calm down.
4. Tim Waggoner will select the best short story from those submitted by the deadline. Tim’s decision is final. Tim has the discretion not to announce a winner if it feels no applicant has met the required standard. There will only be one winner.
5. Winner will receive Tim’s registration in their name for StokerCon2017. Winner may also attend Tim Waggoner’s Horror University seminar at no extra charge. Registration covers only the cost of registering for the convention. It does not include any other Horror University session, The Bram Stoker Award Dinner, or any other ticketed events at StokerCon.
6. The winner will work with HWA’s administrator to make all arrangements.
7. Winner agrees to provide bio and photographs to HWA for use in promoting StokerCon and the contest, and recipients will also agree to reasonable requests for interviews regarding their experience at StokerCon.

Enter the Contest

Tim Waggoner wrote his first story at the age of five, when he created a comic book version of King Kong vs. Godzilla on a stenographer’s pad. It took him a few more years until he began selling professionally, though. Overall, he has published close to thirty novels and three short story collections, and his articles on writing have appeared in Writer’s Digest and Writers’ Journal, among other publications. He teaches creative writing at Sinclair Community College. He hopes to continue writing and teaching until he keels over dead, after which he wants to be stuffed and mounted, and then placed in front of his computer terminal. He is the author of dozens of novels, many, many short stories, and a plethora of non-fiction essays.
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