Fan Fiction Competition

Information & Categories

The Fanfiction competition returns! As always, we accept all variations of the written word, including poetry, haiku, fictional journalistic works, and more!

Please note:
Due to the overwhelming number of pre-reg entries at AICon 2017, we are may only accept online entries depending on the amount of submissions we receive. This is so our judges can give all works the equal amount of attention they deserve!



Best Overall;
The most enrapturing of all submitted entries.

Most Creative in Language;
Awarded to the entry with the most effective use of wording in their work.

Most Innovative in Plot;
Awarded to the entry with the most intriguing of plotlines.


Rules and Regulations

  • Online submissions close on the 14th of September.
  • Due to an overwhleming number of entries at AICon 2017, we may only be accepting online submissions.
  • Stories are not required to adhere to the festival’s theme.
  • You may submit bodies of work written in previous years.
  • You do not need to attend the festival to be eligible for submitting work.
  • Prizes cannot be mailed out, but we are able to email certificates upon request.
  • Entries are limited to two per person, and prizes to one per person.
  • All stories must be submitted with a filled out form.
  • By filling out the form you declare you are the legal age to read your own content.
  • Stories may contain mature content.
  • Original characters are allowed.


Story format; size 12 font, Times New Roman.
No longer than 6 pages in length.

  • Your story will not be returned to you at the end of the festival.
  • Writers may be asked permission for digital hosting of their story.
  • All copies of fanfiction will be disposed of after the festival for writers’ privacy.
  • Your story will not be read aloud during the festival’s events.
  • We offer the option that only the judges will be allowed to read your story, and they are bound not to display or discuss it to others on or outside the judging board.


The judges also adhere to regulations preventing them from discussing the submissions to anyone outside their judging panel and are required to keep the identity of contestants undisclosed. All uncollected works will be shredded after the festival and digital copies deleted.



  • All questions and queries may be private-messaged to our Facebook page.
  • A confirmation email will be sent back to you within 72 hours after submission.
  • If our submission form is not acceptable for your body of work, please private message us via our Facebook page and we’ll attempt another method!


Entry Form: