TV versus movies. Novels vs. short stories. Does anyone else out there feel like nothing gets the punch of a mystery across as well as a short story?
Who wrote the story, "Bonita Faye"? Do you know?
just love Agatha Christie and Edgar Allen Poe . My fav Agatha C. book is Ten little indians. I like Poe's style of writing the Tell Tale Heart.
If any one have mystery short story scripts for sale. 20 minutes in duration, small budget, preferably less locations (3 locations - max.), few actors/actress involved. For university project (final year). My budget is not very high. Urgently needed. payment will be sent as u required. If your script is selected, you will be notified. Naturally.
Hi. This is my first time here. I am trying to find out who wrote a short story called "Don't Turn Around". The way it is written it sounds like the story is directed only to you...and is only in one book,your book (the title may not be listed in the contents because of this)...he will be watching you...so don't turn around. Has anyone read this?? Any ideas where I could find out more info. about this story??
hi...my name's rini.I really like agatha's mystery books,especially 'Buku Catatan Josephine'.By the way,i'm trying to find out who wrote the great book called 'follow your heart'.Has anyone read this..???
Please...i really need your information.Thanks.
Twist for Cash
FUTURES Twist! Contest, 2002 has extended its deadline
FUTURES MYSTERIOUS ANTHOLOGY MAGAZINE's (FMAM) annual “Twist”
contest will now be called SLESAR'S TWIST and features prizes for the best twist
ending short stories as characterized by the Hitchcock style of stories written by Henry
Slesar. Hitchcock called Henry the 'master of the ironic'. Keep that word in mind as you
write. You will find many examples of Henry's twist stories in the collection "Death On
Television The Best of Henry Slesar's Alfred Hitchcock Stories." We have featured one
of these great stories, or more, in each of the FMAM past issues, so read back, too. All
entries must be submitted to FUTURES by Feb 20, 2003.
First through third prize winners will be entered in the New Century Short Story contest
with the $30 entry fee paid by FUTURES. New Century is seeking material for
Hollywood productions, and we believe YOU have the talent to provide what they're
looking for. First prize includes $200 and a caricatoon by Jim “Toonman” Oddie
featuring the winner and Alfred Hitchcock. The second prize winner will receive $65,
while the third prize winner will be awarded a one- year subscription to FUTURES. In
addition, there will be five honorable mention awards with original art certificates by Pete
Welling and a copy of the Summer FMAM to those winners!
Send your 2500 to 4500 word TWIST short story (in the best Slesar style) in an EMAIL
to include your name, email, mailing address, phone number, word count, and a short
bio. In the SUBJECT line write SLESAR TWIST FOR 2002.
Send the $15 entry fee snail mail to:
Slesar's Twist Contest,
c/o Babs Lakey
3039 38th Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Include your name, address, phone number, email address, and make out your check to
Futures, please. If you'd like to be notified of the winners regardless, send a SASE
Final judging for this contest will be done by Babs Lakey, publisher of Futures
Mysterious Anthology Magazine.