Blog Submissions

BLOG SUBMISSIONS
Want to post your writing to the blog? Submit your work! I’m always looking for contributors!

I’m looking for fiction, poetry, and non-fiction.
Your piece should:

  • Be 1,000 words or less.
  • Be a complete piece. Please do no submit excerpts, serials or chapters.
  • Be school appropriate. Pieces for the blog should not be explicitly political, religious, or intimate.

You must be a Creative Writing Club member to submit pieces to post on the blog.

Pieces will be used on a first come first served basis.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Emery.

Submit your piece below!

MICROFICTION
Have you ever written a six word memoir? What about a 25 word story? How about a haiku?

Being concise and making each word count is just as important as writing a 300 page novel. Show off your short fiction skills! Submit your short fiction and short poetry and we will tweet your writing!

Check out our twitter page at @flvsscribbles

  1. What do you mean by “complete”? You have to tell a whole story in only 500 words?

  2. How do I submit an entry? I want to write a poem 😀

    • Hey Valerie,
      If you have a poem for NaPoWriMo you can post it to the comments of the blog post. To submit a piece to be posted on the blog, you need to be a member of the creative writing club, and fill out the form on this page.
      If you still have questions, let me know.
      Mrs. Emery

  3. Wait, so if I submit a short story, it can only be 250-400 words? I’m working on the first prompt in the last email, but I think it may end up a lot longer than that.

    • Caleb,
      If you submit something to the blog it needs to be 250-500 words. The pieces you write for the summer prompts can be as long as you want.

  4. What about a poem that is shorter than 250 words? Is that ok?

  5. I am confused, I just submitted my poem in under (summarize your piece in one sentence) because it kept seeming like you’re supposed to be submitting on the form but I didn’t see the place to put my poem.

  6. When I fill out this form, will you email me and ask me to give my piece to you? Or do you give you piece here?

  7. So, I couldn’t do an excerpt (or part of a chapter, really) to the blog… I can only do that at the meetings….? The part that I wanted to submit was only about 400 words… 409, I think. So, can I submit part of that chapter? Or it HAS to be an entire story in 500 words?

  8. Hi,It’s Logan. I haven’t been on here in forever. Can I still submit writing on here anyway. Or am I not considered a member anymore?
    -Logan

    • Hey Logan,
      You have to apply every year for membership to clubs. If you’d like to be a member this year, click on this link to fill out the application.

  9. Am I able to post my whole novel on here for other people to read, or just excerpts/chapters, or nothing at all?
    Also, I finished NaNoWriMo! My Word Count Goal was 7,500 words and my whole novel is 8,198 words with 24 pages and 8 chapters.
    This is the first time I did NaNoWriMo, and I won! I was pretty excited when I passed my Word Count Goal. Now I just want to edit my novel, and see if I can get it published.

    • Congrats Zoe! Unfortunately we can’t post everyone’s novels. However if you have a complete piece that’s 1,000 words or less, you’re welcome to submit it to post it on the blog.

  10. I think that my story is about 700+ words, give or take, but when is it due, and it can’t go over 1,000 words?

  11. Is there anywhere where you can post a longer story or just a chapter?

  12. Is there a specific place to submit suggestions for prompts? Or do we not do that?

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