Intrepid adventurers and willing scribes step forward.
that makeshift sailboat you and a friend made...
We’re looking for adventurous surfers who can write.
Anything goes, but we’re looking for well written pieces, not cliché ridden crap or rehashed packaged tours.
This is a non paying gig, but it aims to provide a platform for new writers to be discovered and for old writers to have some fun.
Ideally your story is between 500 and 1500 words long. If you have some images (not more than 5) to go with it, that is a bonus. Images need to be supplied with captions and photo credits.
Entertain us and the rest of the readership grandly and you might find yourself on the mother of all surf adventures next year as the designated scribe of the trip.
What are you waiting for?
All submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Preferably on a word document with images attached as separate low res jpegs with the captions and credits in the ID.
When you were so in the groove you surfed like Gerry Lopez
you got so very lucky to find both waves and a special woman...
Got something to say? Then leave a comment!
Posted by Donovan on the 03/09/2012 19:19
check it out....driving from cali to chile, currently scoring perfect pavones in costa rica
Posted by John McCarthy on the 04/09/2012 16:15
Ja bru, that is exactly what I'm talking about! Real surfers on the adventure of a lifetime. Yeeeeow!
Posted by Basel on the 21/09/2012 08:43
He really has rnicrrueg villain written all over him; he's got a name and everything. I don't really see a swimmer weighed down with a sword catching up to a dude in a boat anyway although I might see a swimmer with a sword getting half-drowned and rescued by fisherman after the big battle is over, then getting robbed and dumped. So let's fight back to a friendly ship.(I won't lie, I was super disappointed that the wizard was throwing all the fire. I don't know why I expected a contraption, but I did. Now we'll never have our big hero moment of taking over the vast, clanking, fire-belching engine of death and setting alight all the enemy ships with their own horrific weapon. And, sadly, the fact it would have been a big hero moment should have been my first clue it would never happen to Lone Wolf.)
Posted by Auth on the 06/10/2012 08:06
Why is there no option to turn the fire-belching cacpaity of the flagship against the bad guys? Or is that what the wizard was doing? And what, exactly, is a tokmor? Pulling a jewel from your ornate tokmor just sounds dirty, somehow. Anyway, I agree, no good swimming with a sword, or a swerd either. Let's commandeer this flagship, set it on fire and send it into the enemy armada.