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Saturday, February 16, 2008

The One Week Challenge Topic is… - posted by Don

… below.

The premise – you’ve been given one week to write a 12 pages script (properly formatted, etc.,) on the topic and genre given to you. Could you do it? Here is your chance to prove yourself.

The One Week Challenge is: Write a short dramatic script of 12 pages about a prison cell.

That’s it. Drama and Prison Cell.

No whining.

Off you go.

properly formatted and spelt and grammatical with punk-chew-a-shun in all the write places).

Still confused?

This may help. A little.

Entries need to be submitted no later than February 22nd at 11:59 pm in your respective timezone. Please note, don’t put your name on your script. For the first week or so, all scripts will be presented anonymously for folks (and you) to read and review. After a week, the names will be revealed. Three scripts will be selected by a completely unfair process which will most likely involve a Whiskey Loose Tongue. Those three scripts will be sent over to iScript.com where one of the three will be selected to be audio produced by selfsame friends over at iScript.com. (Yes, it is a conflict of interest which is the beauty of the One Week Challenge.) This isn’t a contest. It doesn’t ‘cost’ you anything to enter. There are no prizes other than bragging rights. The point is, can you do it? – Don

Seriously, go write something dramatic about a prison cell. Or, see what other folks are saying about the Challenge – Don

1 Comments so far

1.

Sandy
February 17th, 2008 at 12:38 pm

And we’re off to the races.

Lots of the famous and infamous have landed in a prison cell. Even though Paris Hilton might argue the point, Lucifer is the most well-known occupant of one.

I look forward to reading.

I sent you an email on Thursday, Don, but it came back to me this morning as having not been delivered. I’m checking to see if you got it in the most reliable way I know.

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