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REMINDER: Horror Stories

2013 October 12

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I have worked in a few commercial kitchens over the years. No one wants to be entry level in a clean kitchen since you are likely to be doing the cleaning.  But, absolutely no one wants the horrific nightmare of being the Executive Chef of a nasty one either because the buck stops with you.  To air your horror stories, real or imagined, and this next Call wants to hear AND see them. Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Bruce Humphries for Art School Horror Stories (art publication). You’ve either got stories of your own or have heard them from your peers. So, here’s your chance to put them out there in either written word or image. This should be fun…

*Editor’s Note: If you have read the personal portion of this post, REMINDER: Horror Stories, anywhere other than by email subscription or on, it has been published without permission and is considered theft.

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* Editor’s Note: This is a PRINTED book.

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists

MEDIA: Written submissions can be fact or fiction and in any format. Poems, Haiku, short stories, funny, horrible, sad, etc., are all welcome. Black & white drawings or photography that relate to the subject are also welcome.

DEADLINE: October 31, 2013


ENTRY FEE: $10 per submission. A written piece and accompanying image can be considered one submission, but both may not be accepted.

JURORS: Bruce Humphries is an American born artist currently residing in the suburbs of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He received his M.F.A. in Sculpture from the University of Kansas in 2001 and has taught art in Kansas, Texas, Tennessee, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Sarah Potter has been a Textile Artist since 2002. She received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in Kansas City, Missouri and her MFA from the University of Kansas located in Lawrence, Kansas. She has worked as a Textile Artist in Texas, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania. She is currently living and working in the suburbs of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

AWARDS: Accepted artists will receive a copy of the printed book and have the option of ordering multiple copies at a discounted rate.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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