Scary Dairy Story Contest
Good Evening! It's time again for culture's annual Scary Dairy contest.
The rules are simple: spin a spooky cheese-centric tale of terror in the comment thread below. 500 words or less, please. The best tale will win a bag of cheesy Halloween tricks & treats. We will pick a winner Nov. 4.
Need inspiration? Check out last year's blood curdling tales of ghostly milk murders, evil sheep, dairy zombies, and of course, the horrifying Stuff-like cheese of last year's winning entry: here, here, here, and here, and then post your own below!
(Make sure you sign into the website with your email address—we need to be able to contact you if you win!)
This year's judge is Patricia Coleman, the winner of last year's contest:
"Patricia Coleman lives in Sunset Park Brooklyn, which means she gets to eat fresh mozzarella and locatelli from the old Italian grocers, Collucio's and Son's, as often as she likes, or go and get her other favorite Pont l'Eveque in the franco-fanatic Boerum Hill side of Brooklyn (better known as Smith Street). Nothing compares to the cheeses she won in the Culture Contest last year. Less relevantly, she is a writer director and PhD candidate in Theatre, specializing in the avant-garde."