Eight Years Later: Game of Thrones Contest

Eight Years Later: Game of Thrones Contest

Vocal is bringing “Game of Thrones’-loving creators together for another community-wide contest. Submit your most heartfelt, surprising, or life-changing stories about how GOT has affected you for a chance to win $500. Use #VocalGOT to enter.

Chloe Gilholy3 months ago
'Game of Thrones': By Men for Men
Game of Thrones has some awesome characters. Epic worldbuilding and awesome scenes. It's just not always handled well. I'm not surprised, they've got a big cast and multiple points of view. The case i...
Hanna Allison3 months ago
Game of Homes
I am Jon Snow. I am Tyrion Lannister. I am Daenerys Targaryen. In a more literal sense I am Hanna of house Allison. A character not written by George R. Martin or Benioff and Weiss in any of the seaso...
Don Anderson II3 months ago
Eight Years Later: How 'Game of Thrones' Changed My Life
I was a bit late to the party of Game of Thrones because when the show started, I was still in high school and some of my classmates were already watching it. I didn't watch any original content that ...
Robyn Gold3 months ago
What the Women of Westeros Mean to Me
I have always been a firm believer in the magic of how the right book or series can seem to find a person when they are most in need of it. I, however, avoided the call of the Game of Thrones franchis...
Nancy D3 months ago
'Game of Thrones' Gave Me Confidence as a Woman
I started watching Game of Thrones in my first year at college. I was staying in residence when we kept seeing references to the show everywhere we looked. It was even brought up in my lectures and se...
Sammi Curran3 months ago
Sansa Stark (and Sophie): My Queen Forever
There have been many times when I've wanted to give up on myself. Some days I thought my mental illness would destroy me. Other times, it would be thinking I wasn't good enough to pass my classes, get...
K 3 months ago
How 'Game of Thrones' Has Changed My Life
Game of Thrones has reminded me who I am. Someone who is strong enough to do anything she puts her mind to. Someone who knows what she can handle. Someone who can fight every fight and know that she c...
Tharen Koelsch3 months ago
Wear It Like Armor
"It means she is deaf." Nothing, nothing can prepare you for the moment you find out your child is different. Not strange, or odd, but that their bodies are fundamentally "broken." When anyone says th...
Jay Williams3 months ago
"Well-Behaved Women Rarely Make History"
Throughout history, women have been known for their mothering nature. The caregivers. The nurturers. The ones that are to raise the next generation in hopes that their offspring can change the world. ...