TELEPORT US is open for submissions! There's already some great stories to read—and plenty of time to submit. 

Our sci-fi writing challenge, TELEPORT US, is open to submissions!
The time is upon us! LitReactor's sci-fi writing challenge is open for submissions!

So what does that mean?

If you're a writer, you have a month to submit your story following the prompts we handed out in the beginning of January (which is right here, in case you missed it). 

If you're a reader, you can read and rate stories that have been submitted. There's a bunch already waiting for you. 
Remember, the whole point of this challenge is to stretch your writing boundaries, read some cool stories, and meet new and interesting people. That's why the entire thing is open and free of charge—you do not need to be a paying member of the site to participate. This is about all of us having fun and learnin' a little something from each other. 

But also it's about winning prizes! We're not announcing everything just yet, but we do want to share this: Some of the top-rated stories will be read and critiqued by authors like Chuck Wendig, Adam Christopher, Kat Howard and Joseph Nassise! Read more about that here. We'll have more to announce soon. Think: Swag. And don't worry, non-writing readers, there'll be opportunities for you to win stuff, too!
Check out some of the most recently-submitted entries: 

'An Incy Wincy Holocaust' by mattymillard: Living in a world of desolation and fear, my family has done everything it can to survive. But now I have a plan, something which will provide for us all for years. Is there light at the end of the...

'Big Bang, Inc' by Sound: The world is in shambles, the survivors forced underground for fear of fallout and storms that plague the surface. This is New Earth. Here, David serves his last eviction notice. Big Bang, Inc.... 

'Scrap' by Ben_Sharp: A phone call from yourself is great right? Except when the yourself that calls is not the yourself that you know, or even one that you like very much. The radiation count is through the roof and...
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