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OCTOBER 27 -DECEMBER 10, 2004   

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Photo of Electrified Summers by Dana Summers

Original drawing of Electrified Summers by Dana Summers, creator of the  "Bound & Gagged" comic strip and co- creator of the "The Middletons"

STUDENT COMPETITIONS

Competition Winners:

-- See the winning film by Brenna Martin (Video)
-- See the winning story by Marshal Blessing (PDF)
-- Winner of Ten Minute Play, Ayla Harrison

Physical copies of most of the stories, plays and films are available in the UCF Libraries Special Collections, Main Library, Room 501, for reading/viewing only. Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday. Just ask for the Frankenstein Archives.

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On a stormy night in June 1816, beside a lake in the shadow of the Alps, surrounded by lovers and friends, Mary Shelley began a story that has never been out of print. She created the novel Frankenstein !

Kicking off preparations for the many Frankenstein events scheduled for October - December, 2004 are three competitions sponsored by the UCF Libraries. One competition is a short story on a Frankenstein theme. The second is a ten-minute play based on the night Mary Shelley created her tale. The third is a short film in the spirit of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Entrants must be UCF students at the time of entry. For more information visit the links below.

Film Competition (Deadline, August 2, 2004)
Play Competition (Deadline, May 3, 2004)
Short Story Competition
(Deadline, May 3, 2004)


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