Annie On Writing

April 26, 2012

Submit your Flash – (Inter) National Flash Fiction Day

Filed under: Writing Tools — Annie Evett @ 10:55 pm

The buzz is certainly humming on the social networking lines about (Inter) National Flash Fiction Day. There are a number of competitions you can enter your flash to to be part of this celebration.  I’ve collated a few below – so go on – dust off those super short stories you’ve hidden away – spruce them up a bit, slap some lipstick on it and take that pig for a walk! ( thanks for the quote, Joseph McClendon III)

They are all free to enter and offer successful submissions, boundless fame, glory and admiration from all who read your work in print. ( thats code for – we do it for the love.. not the money.. ’cause at the moment, there ‘aint none!)

But hurry – submissions close within days for some…

Once Upon a Time Writing Contest  Fractured fairy tales up to 350 words

Twisted Tales – 350 – 600 words  Raging Aardvark Publications

Photocopier Press is looking for stories under 1000 words

Cake: Short and Sweet, a Manchester-based indie magazine who is looking for unpublished writers stories of over 1000 words

1000 words – 100 – 1000 words using the photo prompts on the site.

good luck with all of these – and make sure you get out and read some flash fiction on the bit day!

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1 Comment »

  1. Thanks for the shoutout, Annie! Much appreciated! 🙂

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    Comment by Anna Meade (@ruanna3) — April 27, 2012 @ 8:48 am | Reply


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