Announcing the 2021 Schitt’s Creek Frozen Over Fest
Let's celebrate the cold, snowy weather and assorted holidays that bring joy to the long, dark Canadian wintertime. Join us for our third year!
Frozen Over is a prompt fest (not an exchange) for Schitt’s Creek fanworks inspired by that time of year when the creek is frozen over. All types of AO3-supported fanworks are welcome! Create prompts, claim prompts, and have fun!
Important Dates: (all times Eastern)
Prompts Submitted: September 15-29th at noon
Claiming Prompts: Sept 29th-Nov 28
Posting Deadline: November 28 at at 11:59pm
Fanworks Released: Daily at noon beginning December 1
Creators Revealed: One week from the last day of releases
How to Participate
I want to participate as a writer!
Awesome! Once the collection opens for prompting on September 15, leave all the prompts that your heart desires, then come back on September 29 or later to claim the prompts you want to fill. We will have catch-all prompts, too, if you want to work from a separate, original idea.
I want to participate as a podficcer or a fanartist!
Yay! We love this journey for you. Email us at SCFrozenOver@gmail.com and, if possible, we'll connect you with a writer! We will have catch-all prompts, too, if you want to submit your own original fanart or podfic of an existing winter-themed fic.
Wait – I'm a writer, and I'd love to have a podfic or fanart created to go with my Frozen Over 2021 work!
Cool! Email us at SCFrozenOver@gmail.com and, if possible, we'll connect you with a podficcer and/or artist!
Can I leave prompts even if I'm not contributing to the fest myself?
Yes! But we'd love it if you considered contributing, too 😉🤗 (No pressure, of course.)
Additional FAQs, rules, and other helpful information are available on AO3!
Questions? Reach us on Tumblr @scfrozenover (Asks are open!) or via email at SCFrozenOver@gmail.com
- the mods (doingthemost, RhetoricalQuestions, and Amanita_Fierce)
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