Monday, 5 September 2016
Streetlight Magazine's Short Short Fiction Contest #seanocarolan.com
Short Short Fiction Contest
Send us your best short shorts (any subject) up to 1000 words in length. Please submit only one story per entry–multiple entries are permitted. Prizes: 1st ($125), 2nd ($75) and 3rd ($50) cash prizes; winners will be chosen by our judges Erika Raskin & Suzanne Freeman. All winning entries will be published in the fall issue of Streetlight magazine, October, 2016. Additionally, all contest entries will be further considered by our editors for general publication in Streetlight’s fiction category.
Deadline for entries is September 21st, 2016 (midnight EST).
Please do not submit previously published work, and please notify us immediately if a piece is accepted elsewhere. Submissions cost $10.
Click here to submit.
About Our Judges
Streetlight’s editors, Erika Raskin and Suzanne Freeman, will be co-judging the short short fiction contest.
Erika Raskin is Streetlight magazine’s fiction editor. Her second novel, Best Intentions, is coming out next year with St. Martin’s Press. Her first, Close, was considered crossover adult and YA fiction. It was nominated for a Teen Choice Book Award. She is working on a collection of linked short stories, set (as she is) in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Suzanne Freeman is social media editor for Streetlight. She is a novelist, book-reviewer and champion procrastinator (isn’t that what social media is all about?).
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