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Writer Wars Winner: "Skin" by MyHair'sOnFire!

By reidfaylorApril 23, 2014
Sparklers, read the next few slides and take in the splendor of this week's Writer Wars Winner. "Skin" tells the story of humankind plagued by a plague (known as The Plague), forced to live their lives inside a thin, protective membrane. Yet, the story is more subtle than th More  →
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Writer Wars: Invention

By reidfaylorApril 22, 2014
Welcome, writers, to another Writer Wars! Though, the more I think about it, it's not really a "war" by most definitions. Writer Polite Competitions? Writer Pleasant Exchanges of Ideas? Writer Writings? Eh, none have the same ring. War it shall remain! Last week's prompt as More  →
Writer Wars: Invention

Writer Wars Winner: "I Swear I'm Not Single" by TardisGirl!

By reidfaylorApril 17, 2014
Behold, Sparklers, your winner of the Sparklers' Choice Award—the award we give out every week to the winning writer of the weekly Writer Wars. That was a lot of w words. Anyway, TardisGirl wrote this story based on last week's prompt, which asked writers to use their stor More  →
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Writer Wars: Lies!

By reidfaylorApril 15, 2014
A happy Writer Wars, to you, you bunch of liars. "Whoa, Reid! Why would you say such a thing? Are you trying to start something with a rude diss?" Not in the least! Last week's prompt asked you to craft a convincing lie, and you all did so wonderfully. You all lied some seri More  →
Writer Wars: Lies!

Writer Wars Winner: "A World For You" by SilverLiningOfACloud!

By reidfaylorApril 9, 2014
Sparklers, behold: the winning story of last week's Writer Wars—fully illustrated, of course. Last week's prompt asked writers to tell the creation story of a world, and SilverLiningOfACloud wrote the story above, which collectively made everyone go, "Oh, that's quite good More  →
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Writer Wars: Creation

By reidfaylorApril 7, 2014
Another week has passed us by, writers. The march of time is unrelenting, turning saplings into mighty trees and babies into ... slightly older babies. Time makes vast kingdoms turn to dust and it makes cheese taste "better," but there is one good thing the passage of time More  →
Writer Wars: Creation
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Reid Faylor is a stand-up comedian, cartoonist, writer, and whimsically bearded gentleman living in New York City. He owns a cat named Mr. President. You can follow his tumblr at

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