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December House announces Flash Fiction Fest 2013 Competition

Saturday, 22 June 2013

You might be interested in this announcement for December House's Flash Fiction Fest 2013, which includes the chance to work with them on a novel for possible publication:




Innovative digital first publisher December House, in conjunction with National Flash Fiction Day, has announced the launch of its Flash Fiction Fest 2013 competition.

Now in its second year, Flash Fiction Fest is a month long celebration of Flash Fiction and the short form of story telling.  Every day in November will see December House publishing new pieces of Flash Fiction at www.flashfictionfest.com, and this year they're giving you the chance to have your work included and published in e-book form.

The theme of this year's Fest will be "The 7 Deadly Sins" and December House are asking writers to submit three pieces on that theme through the FlashFictionFest.com website. Each writer's entry will be read by December House's team and the writer judged to have the best three pieces will have them included in the November event. The pieces will also be included in the e-book of the event and the author will have the chance to work with December House's editor on a novel for possible publication.

For more details visit www.FlashFictionFest.com.

Speaking about the launch of Flash Fiction Fest 2013 Henrietta Smethurst-McIntyre, Managing Editor of December House said:

"We're very excited to be involving the writing community in Flash Fiction Fest 2013. The short form is where so many writers hone their craft and develop their skills, which is why we think it's so important to celebrate it. This year we have a great theme, with lots of scope and the chance for many different interpretations. I can't wait to see what people come up with."

For further details contact media@decemberhouse.net



8 comments:

  1. I just might have something... Thanks, Simon!

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    1. Best of luck if you do enter, Milo.

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  2. Thanks, Simon! Will go check it out.

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    1. Hope you submit tomething, Madeline.

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  3. The seven deadly sins, eh? That's my kind of theme. Thanks, Simon.

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  4. I received their email on this. I'm actually thinking about it and started on the first story. :)

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