The Emerald Youth Review is back with a Fall writing and art challenge!
Submissions are now open for our next call for submissions, a series called Campfire Stories. What stories are best shared by the embers of a campfire? With the weather getting colder and the nights getting longer, all of us want to cozy up next to a campfire with our friends and family around us!
But wait, did you hear that? Did a branch just crack? It must've been your imagination. There is absolutely no one else except us. What did you hear in the distance? Was that a wolf howl? The moon is very bright tonight...but werewolves aren't real. Besides, there isn't any time to be worrying about imaginary threats. Being miles away from other people leaves you vulnerable to animals, nature, and even other humans. While campfires can be warm, friendly, and inviting, they often ward off more dangerous and sinister forces lurking in the shadows.
What creepy figures can you see? Tell us and win a $10 Amazon Gift card! Submit at https://forms.gle/xwZvVmTzEufAE76N9.
All writing and art submissions will be due by November 11th. We are extremely excited to review your scariest and spine-chilling creations.
The contributing editors for this series are Victor Xia, Kailani Ye, Eva Chen, Justin Wu, and Serena Gao.