I Enjoyed Touching You, but I Need Something Else

Say goodbye to Touched by Pagan Culture Tuesdays, my Wicked Darlings. I enjoyed touching you, but I need something new; something diverse and thrilling to do together. I came up with an idea after I read “Horror of Horrors: Short Sharp Shocks” by Graham Masterto, “A fascinating article in which Graham discusses his thoughts on short story writing,” and shares “his shortest ever story, 'A Portrait of Jennie' – a mere 100 words!” 


I want to read your shortest short stories and post them on Pagan Culture. 

I understand that short story writing is not an easy task, but just think of the fun we’ll have. The stories must be 113 words or less, and must include a Pagan element. Your submissions will be archived under Pagan Fiction in 113 Words or Less, and your blog (if you have one) will be added to the everlasting Eclectic Circle of Fame, on my sidebar.

This blog is read by many youngsters, so you must be mindful of your language. You can be sexy, dark, and bloody, but not explicit. For example, you can write “He blushed after seeing her nipples through her blood-soaked shirt”, but you can NOT describe the things he might want to do with her nipples. This seems reasonable to me; I’m almost sure most of my readers know that people have nipples.

So tell me, my luvs, how do you fee about the whole thing?


Visit Pagan Fiction in 113 Words or Less for submission guidelines.      


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I lost the link to the website where I found the picture for this post. If it belongs to you, and you want it down, do let me know. 

25 comments:

  1. You know I love it. ^^

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  2. I got one now, if you want it? It's a PG rating! :P

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  3. Actually, I don't. It's way longer than 113 words! Whoops!

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  4. @ Diandra, I figured you would.

    @Michelle, start trimming and rewriting! Or just writing ;-) And on the PG question, check the "nipple" part lol

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  5. i love the idea, im just not a writer :(

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  6. @Pixie, I was looking at your art work, the work of Dianna and a few others and I think I'll come up with a way to make it available for your too (if you want).

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  7. I'm not a writer although I love to read. If you extend this to pictorial story telling or some other form of art I'll be all over it!

    I'm looking forward to reading what you and all of our other brilliant writers come up with. :)

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  8. I will try and write something else for you, hun. Although I have posted it on my HJ blog, if anyone is interested...
    http://hystericaljugglings.blogspot.com/2011/01/its-trap.html

    Be nice though, I am very sensitive! :P

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  9. @Danni, did you bug my house!? I was just working on the wording to make it available those who have a talent with images. And for those who are not into pictures too. I'm really excited. I'll have something ready by tomorrow.

    And I'm always willing to consider suggestions, too.

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  10. @Michelle, I'm going to read it, but I don't know nice; there might be some spanking.

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  11. I don't tend to write stories, but if I do and it's under 113 words I'll probably send it your way. :)

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  12. ok interested!!! How can you make it work for my artwork lol All ears xxx

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  13. How I love your creativity! I'm more of a soapbox derby blogger, darling.. I don't think I could write like you and some of your other gorgeous readers do. I'll have to think on how to contribute in some way (do thunderous applause in comments count?) lol

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  14. that sounds like awesome fun!

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  15. @Sarita, as soon as I saw your comment I thought that I could add poetry and song lyrics! You are such a muse.

    @My Pixie, you, Danni, and Judy (although she hasn't seen this yet) made me think about pictures. Which will be posted separately and then as visual prompts. I'm so excited about this!

    @Kallan, thanks a bunch! I'm sure you'll be able to come up with something super creative. Just wait until your read the rules. And if you still can't come up with something, then we'll work together and fictionalize one of your favorite Pagan annotates.

    @Shelly, I'm hoping we have a serious blast!

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  16. Hey Girl! I will definitely be submitting a story for your fabulous new adventure! I can't wait to try my hand and super-short story writing. This will be a real challenge.

    Also, I will be in your New York City next week. If you want to get that cocktail or coffee, email me at nousualtso@yahoo.com. We'll get the details ironed out!

    Lots of Love,
    CG

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  17. @Chef Green, Double wonderful! I can't wait to read your words. I'm as excited as you; this is going to be a treat. I'm on my way to emailing.

    Many hugs!

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  18. I so want to be in this...113 words or less and must be a complete story if writing the in the prose category? ugh...Guess it's time to get working on it anyway, I am taking a short story creative writing course for a reason LOL

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  19. It should be a complete scene at least. If you feel extra genius, go for a full story--but 113 words is so short. Check out the stories people have written, to get a better idea.

    I think the 113 words stories are a great way to practice revision, for every word count.

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  20. @Chef Green, Double wonderful! I can't wait to read your words. I'm as excited as you; this is going to be a treat. I'm on my way to emailing.

    Many hugs!

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  21. How I love your creativity! I'm more of a soapbox derby blogger, darling.. I don't think I could write like you and some of your other gorgeous readers do. I'll have to think on how to contribute in some way (do thunderous applause in comments count?) lol

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  22. @Sarita, as soon as I saw your comment I thought that I could add poetry and song lyrics! You are such a muse.

    @My Pixie, you, Danni, and Judy (although she hasn't seen this yet) made me think about pictures. Which will be posted separately and then as visual prompts. I'm so excited about this!

    @Kallan, thanks a bunch! I'm sure you'll be able to come up with something super creative. Just wait until your read the rules. And if you still can't come up with something, then we'll work together and fictionalize one of your favorite Pagan annotates.

    @Shelly, I'm hoping we have a serious blast!

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  23. @Michelle, I'm going to read it, but I don't know nice; there might be some spanking.

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  24. I don't tend to write stories, but if I do and it's under 113 words I'll probably send it your way. :)

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  25. I so want to be in this...113 words or less and must be a complete story if writing the in the prose category? ugh...Guess it's time to get working on it anyway, I am taking a short story creative writing course for a reason LOL

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