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Flash fiction prize: Grindstone Literary

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The International Flash Fiction Prize is open until 28 June, with £500 for the winner

Enter flash fiction up to 500 words in any style or genre. The special guest judge is Curtis Brown literary agent Catherine Cho. The winner will receive £500, and there is a runner up prize of £50. Three shortlisted writers will be published in the 2019 anthology. All entrants will be provided with some kind of personalised feedback.

The entry fee is £8.

The closing date is 28 June.

For full details see the website.

 

Want to write the best possible flash fiction? Read these tips from flash fiction expert John Dufresne.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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