Flash your Fiction contest – CLOSED

What is Flash Fiction?

According to Wikipedia, Flash fiction is a fictional work of extreme brevity that still offers character and plot development. Identified varieties, many of them defined by word count, include the six-word story, the 280-character story (also known as “twitterature”), the “dribble” (also known as the “minisaga”; 50 words), the “drabble” (also known as “microfiction”; 100 words), “sudden fiction” (750 words), flash fiction (1,000 words), nanotale, and “micro-story”.

Here’s what we are looking for:

Submission Guidelines

  • Word Count: 500 – 1000 words; stories must not exceed 1000 words (title not included)
  • Theme: A chance encounter with an EX after a long while
  • Genre: Erotica / Dark Romance (Remember, we love subtle erotica and not purple prose)
  • Contest is open internationally to everyone above 18 years of age
  • All entries must be in English
  • Only original works that have not been published in print, digital or online publications will be considered. Writers (winners) cannot publish the story elsewhere during and after the contest.
  • Submission fee: FREE submissions accepted until August 25, 2021; INR 100/- per submission thereafter. (Mention Free Submission in Payment ID field on participation form)
  • Format: Type your story on a Word document in a legible font and submit using the participation link at the bottom of this post. Do NOT send us email submissions!
  • Deadline: 23:59 hours IST on September 15, 2021
  • Multiple submissions accepted – 1 story per document, per form submission
  • Results will be announced on our website in October 2021. Winners will be contacted via email; winning submissions will be published in our forthcoming publication and the top three will be eligible for a complimentary copy of the book. All winners will be given a digital certificate of appreciation

– Jury –

Arvind Solanki has been writing content for various websites, brands and products since 1998 and has also worked on a few projects as a ghost writer. His expertise lies in writing and editing children’s books and blogs. He has worked on more than 20 websites to create content for children related to general knowledge and stories.
When Arvind isn’t working on his writing projects, he loves to travel, watch sports, play with his four year old son and lose arguments to his wife.

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