What if Jay Gatsby had let go of his love for Daisy and ran off into the sunset with Nick instead? What if Victor Frankenstein was a burned-out modern-day college student? What if Mean Girls was written as an epic poem? What if your favorite stories and people had gone down different routes?
Our long-awaited third creative challenge event, Fan Fiction Fest encourages you to take all of these what-ifs you have about the tales that are close to your heart, and spin them into brand new stories and art.
Whether you want to pick up where the canon left off, take it through a fork in the road, or make it into a new weird and exciting thing entirely, fan fiction is a great way to explore the possibilities of the things you love and appreciate them.
Nazra Hanif Lutfiana
Haunting of Hill House (1959) – Shirley Jackson, domesticity, the pursuit of a home, drama, ambiguous ending, perhaps the real haunted house was inside our head after all
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We’ll see you with more exciting creative challenges!