Friday 19 June 2015

The Flash Fiction Challenge #Writing #contest #competition

The Flash Fiction Challenge is a competition that challenges writers around the world to create short stories (1,000 words max.) based on genre, location, and object assignments. Each writer will participate in at least 2 writing challenges and as many as 4 depending on how well they place in each challenge. When the competition begins, writers are placed in groups where they will be judged against other writers within their same group. Each group receives its own unique genre, location, and object assignments (see past examples here). After 2 challenges, the top 5 writers that score the highest advance to the next challenge. In Challenge #3, writers are placed in new groups and given a new genre, location, and object assignment. The top 5 writers from each of the groups in Challenge #3 advance to the fourth and final challenge of the competition where they are given the final genre, location, and object assignment and compete for thousands in cash and prizes. Sound like fun? Join the competition below or click here for a more detailed description of how the competition works.

It's easy to register. First, download and read the Official Rules and Participation Agreement. When you understand the rules, you are ready to register byclicking here. The entry fee is US$45* on or before the Early Entry Deadline of June 18th and then US$55* until the Final Entry Deadline of July 30th.

*Receive $5 off the entry fee just for tweeting! Click here to post on twitter or facebook to receive a promotional code for $5 off the entry fee.

Early Entry Deadline June 18, 2015
Final Entry Deadline July 30, 2015
Challenge #1: July 31 - August 2, 2015
Challenge #2: September 18-20, 2015
Challenge #3: October 23-25, 2015
Challenge #4: November 20-22, 2015

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