Suggestions and questions are welcome and encouraged.
THEMES: Below are links to subsets of these contests, which I call "themes". Most of the contests have been assigned one or more themes, which are indicated with trigraphs. It was not easy going through more than a thousand synposes to make these subjective assignments, so please let me know of any adjustments that should be made.
|PUB DATE||WEEK||TITLE||SYNOPSIS||THEMES||LINKS TO THIS CONTEST||WINNER||LINKS TO RESULTS OF THIS CONTEST (usually published 2-4 Weeks later)|
|September 26, 1993||30||THE RORSCHACH OF THE CROWD||Interpret any of the provided ink blots.||ROR||Text file | Post PDF||Steven King||Text file | Post PDF|
|September 4, 1994||77||THE RORSCHACH OF THE CROWD II||What do these ink blots mean?||ROR||Text file | Post PDF||Dennis Goris||Text file | Post PDF|
|January 14, 1996||148||RORSCHACH OF THE CROWD IV||Interpret these ink blots.||ROR||Text file | Post PDF||Jennifer Hart||Text file | Post PDF|
|July 24, 2016||1185||The Rorschach of the crowd||Interpret one of more of the provided genuine inkblots. You may look at them upside down or sideways. (Conversational text)||ROR||Text file | Post PDF | Post e-version||Hildy Zampella||Text file | Post PDF | Post e-version|