This is just a collection of all the stuff I write for Penana Contests, considering it's kind of difficult to navigate to contest work.
Chronicles the events of November 18, 1978 in Jonestown from three different perspectives. All the dialogue used in the first and third section are actual quotes from the Jonestown Death Tape transcript.
In my hand I hold a light,And thus to the light I shall return.In your hand you hold a fire,And thus the ground beneath your feet shall burn.
Chronicles a faith from three different points of view, and what it means in the hearts of these people.
Not hungry, honey?
Written impromptu in stream of consciousness style.
A puzzle in the form of a story. Or is it?
A Complete And Comprehensive Physical And Psychological Analysis Of Mr. Matthew Moore (Who At This Moment In Time Is Completely Unaware Of His Near And Untimely Death)
An old story about one of the deepest, truest horrors - what do you do when those you love most are taken away from you?
I wrote this in the middle of nowhere, shielded from the rain by a piece of fabric hung between two trees, while battling huntsman spiders out of my sleeping bag.
So in all honesty, I think it turned out well xD
Father is ready to ask you questions.
The real question is, are youready for him?
A short meditation on the cyclic nature of our mistakes.
Christmas gift for *Musesation*!
A childhood fire. A workplace accident. A corporate conspiracy. All magic has a price.
Even in a relatively tight-knit community like Penana, it's difficult to find good stories to read—not because there aren't any good ones, but because we just don't know where to start. We have taken it upon ourselves to review stories that have especially stood out to us, as an archive of sorts to refer to if anyone is looking for something specific.
We do plan on ranking stories every once in a while, but this is more for fun than anything else.
»A note from Aretice: It is not my intention to separate "good" works from "bad." I simply want to acknowledge stories that I think many others will enjoy, and I think Comrade will agree with me.«
This follows the story of a chinese soccer player, in the year 2020
A woman wakes up in a room she's never seen before, and has no idea who put her there. She only has two tools at her disposal: a radio and a phone, locked in a group chat with 9 people like her, and her abductor. Will she find out who put her there, or will she die before she can get answers?
Based on an idea by TheGreatEscaper