Adhoc Challenges!!!

Do you want to get read? Do you want to get comments? Do you want to earn fans? Challenges are fun and way to do it. They can break a writer's block, help you to make friends, and give you an opportunity to be seen and read. Take a look today. They are easy. Enjoy yourself.

Please note there are no JFTLOI entries in the voting challenge. Any entry can be a winner. However, there is no reason not to allow your poem to compete. With the new formatted challenges, there is no extra work assigned to the winner. Our Hosts and Moderators take care of everything for you. If you win, all you have to do is bask in the celebration.

To encourage people to vote, we have reduced the maximum poems allows in any challenge to 25. If you submit a poem to a challenge.. PLEASE vote in that challenge. Voting only works if someone votes. Lets work together to make this all happen.

Tell Me When a New Challenge is Opened

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-30 Words or Less VOTED challenge--read page for rules and new information
15 2.88Come and VOTE Now
-The NO FRILLS CHALLENGE--read page for complete rules and info
15 50.88Come and VOTE Now
- Just For The Love Of It PHRASE Challenge-read page for rules, info, and REQUIRED PHRASE
11 28.38Accepting Submissions
-The Quickie Challenge-read page for rules and info
7 118.88Accepting Submissions
-Welcome once again to the TAKE FIVE challenge. Read page for RULES and REQUIRED WORDS.
7 118.88Accepting Submissions

= Winner is offered a place in The Best of Starlite: Love Poetry

Due out by Valentine Day (Feb 14, 2009)

Do you have an idea for a challenge? Share your suggestion

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Instructions:
After you press on a name, you'll enter the challenge, where Starliters have left their poems.

When you enter, there are two red links at the top.

On the right side, is a link to exit. This will return you to this page.

On the left side, there is a link to add your poem to the challenge. When you click it, you can enter a message in the message box and attach one of your last poems.