The write stuff: Bulwer-Lytton winners announced!

And here’s a good one, winner in the category of Vile Puns:

Though they were merely strangers on a train, as she looked North by Northwest though the rear window, Marnie knew beyond a shadow of a doubt the trouble with Harry was that he was a psycho – his left and right hand middle fingers (formerly extended in the birds position) were menacingly twisting a rope in the form of a noose; certain of her impending death as surely as she could dial M for Murder, she was overcome by intense vertigo. — Amy Torchinsky, Greensboro, NC

Oh, there’s much more where that came from.  Check out all the winners here.  Enjoy!

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