Throwback Thursday: Birth of the 3-Day Novel

Today we’re throwing it back to 1978 with an excerpt from an unfinished novel from the first 3-Day Novel Contest. The following originally appeared in Geist 42 in fall 2001. The First 3-Day Novel Writing Contest took place on Easter weekend, 1978, after a challenge issued by Pulp Press operatives in the Piccadilly bar on Read more about Throwback Thursday: Birth of the 3-Day Novel[…]

2015 Winner “Chalk” by Doug Diaczuk nominated for a Northern Lit Award

We would like to congratulate Doug Diaczuk on being shortlisted for a Northern Lit Award for his 2015 winning novel, Chalk. Chalk is a tender story about love and loss, following a broken-hearted thirty-something cubicle worker, free-falling from every ledge of his life. Post-break-up and blue, he feels like nothing matters, that he has become Read more about 2015 Winner “Chalk” by Doug Diaczuk nominated for a Northern Lit Award[…]

Announcing the winner of the 2016 3-Day Novel Contest!

Without further ado, here are the 2016 3-Day Novel Contest winners! Third Prize: ÜberVern: Defender of the Multiverse by Al Stegall Second Prize: The Draft Pick by Conor Moloney And the winner of 39th Annual International 3-Day Novel Contest is … Attack of the Lonely Hearts by Mark Wagstaff! Mark’s winning novel will be published Read more about Announcing the winner of the 2016 3-Day Novel Contest![…]