Q: How old do you have to be to enter?

A: You can be any age but if you are under 18 you must have an adult 18 or above submit your application to be considered for the Contest.

Q: If I don’t live or work in the United States, side effects am I eligible to apply to the Contest?

A: Yes, more info you can be anywhere.

Q: If I can not attend the Animation Toon Con, can I still enter?

A: Yes, you do not have to attend to enter. If you win, your entry will be recorded and you will be able to view the results and your prize will be mailed to you.

Q: Is it necessary to have professional writing experience to apply for the Contest?

A: No, you do not need to be a professional writer. Just need to be creative.

Q: When is the submission period?

A: The submission period will begins on February 22nd and run through midnight on April 10th.

Q: Does my application need to be postmarked or received by April 10th?

A: Your application must be POSTMARKED or electronically submitted no later than midnight on April 10th.

Q: Where should I send my materials for submission to the Contest?

A: Uploading your materials electronically is the best approach but you can also mail your materials to Smorgasbord Productions, ATTN: CONTEST, PO Box 1294, Hollywood CA 90078.

Q: If the contest is not for profit, why is there an entry fee?

A: The entry fee covers the cost of running the contest including maintaining the contest website, flyers, and equipment rental.

Q: What happens if a voice actor does not show up? Will my script not be used?

A: If your script is determined by our judges to be the best it will be performed. The voice talent represented below have given us a strong indication they will be attending and are interested in being part of the script reading. But the unforeseen does happen and one of our voice actors may not be able to attend or be stricken with a sore throat. If that happens then the part will be re-cast but not re-written. It may seem unfortunate but it may end up being even more entertaining. For example, if you wrote a part for Skeletor and Alan Oppenheimer is unable to attend then it may be performed by Jim Cummings in the voice of Darkwing Duck! It then becomes an even more interesting mash up!