Saturday, 17 May 2014
Northampton Literature Group Flash Fiction Competition - Deadline 30th June
Prizes £50, £35 and £15 plus seven unpaid Highly Commended
Head Judge: Morgen Bailey
Judging Team: NLG Writing Circle
Closing date: Midnight 30th June (UK time)
The rules are:
500 words maximum (excluding title). Stories of longer length will be excluded with no refunds given.
Closing date: midnight Sunday 30th June (UK time). Entries received after this time will not be included and monies paid will not be refunded.
There is no theme. The authors can therefore write on any topic or use any genre of fiction.
Stories must be written in English only and not have been previously published (in print or online), won an award or be currently entered in another competition.
Your name must not appear on any story but on the email only (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Initial judging by Northampton Literature Group Writing Circle. Head Judge: Morgen Bailey.
Do not send any entry correspondence directly to the Head Judge.
Copyright remains with the author but by entering this competition you give your approval to being published by us should you be in the top three.
Entry fees will be: £2 per story, £5 for three stories, payable online by PayPal (link on the NLG entry form page).
Prizes: £50, £35, £15 and seven unpaid Highly Commended.
In the event of a tie, the Head Judge’s decision is final.
The top three winning stories will be published in full on the NLG website and http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com.
The submission form can be found here.
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