Words with JAM are running a fun Genre Spoof Competition in association with Bookmuse, and best of all, it's FREE.
Your entry needs to be a condensed spoof of your favourite genre, up to 1,000 words- plenty of space for creativity there...
Their favourite entries will be published in a Bookmuse Reader's Journal later this year; and all published entrants will get a copy of the journal. The overall winner gets a £30 Amazon voucher.
Entries close on the 30th September, and the winners will be announced 31st October, this year.
There's online entry, but your entry must not have been previously published, either online or print, nor accepted for publication elsewhere (though these are unlikely to be relevant in this case). You can enter stories that have been on a critique forum, or if currently submitted to another competition.
You keep copyright, but must be 16+ to enter.
If you're not sure what writing a spoof in your favourite genre entails, they Words with JAM have helpfully included a couple of examples...
For full details of the competition, and the address for submitting your entry, follow this link.
Have fun. :D