The prompt would be a short video clip (~3-5 min long).The contestants are expected to watch the entire clip and then write a poem that is inspired from it. The inspiration could be the story of the clip itself, the message it conveys, the kind of emotions it stirs up in the viewers’ hearts or any such thing.
THIS OR THAT
A set of 5 silly “this or that” topics (eg: Captain America or Iron Man, Call or Text) would be given.The contestants are required to pick one and write a satirical yet persuasive essay on why one is better than the other alternative.
The contestants are to imagine it's the year 2032 and make a diary entry
A fanfiction writing contest where the contestants will have to create a crossover of two different fictional universes. However, they are limited to picking only one character and one other universe.In their story they are to speculate how things in that universe would have turned out if the character they had chosen were present in it.
Write a two-liner that sends chills down the spine of the reader.
Weekly crossword puzzles based on books and literature to tease your brain.
WEEKLY WORD GAMES
(Invisible Bridges, Ramblers etc) - Via Instagram
Just a typical shipwreck but conducted online.
HAIKU WITH A TWIST
The contestants are to coin one brand-new word themselves and include it in their haiku. The word should capture a meaning that no other word in the English lexicon does. And they obviously ought to mention what that meaning is below their haiku.Otherwise, a quintessential haiku writing contest.
A cryptic prompt would be given, typically one that can be interpreted in 3-4 ways and the contestants are expected to write a short story based on what they could decipher from the prompt.
THAT'S WHAT THEY MEANT?
Contestants are to choose one song and interpret the meaning of its lyrics. It’s not limited to capturing the right meaning.The contestants can get as creative/quirky as they could with their interpretation.