18 August 2021
The annual contest has a first prize of £300 and publication for the winning novella
Entries for the international competition should consist of a novella-length manuscript of interlinked or themed flash pieces each no longer than 1,000 words. Manuscripts may be between 6,000 and 18,000 words.
The winner will receive £300 and there are two runners-up prizes of £100. All three winning novellas will be published and the winners will receive five copies. This year's judge is Michelle Elvy.
Each entry costs £16.
The closing date is 16 January 2022.
For full details see the website.