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Flash Fiction / Poetry competition
Closes midnight 24th October 2016
Entry is free to members of SpecFicNZ. A fee of NZ$15 per entry applies for non-members.
Conditions of Writing Competition:
- Create an original flash fiction story or poem (not published anywhere else) with the theme:
- Your piece of writing, including the title, must be no more than:
- 1000 words for flash fiction
- 300 words for poetry
- Your piece may include elements of speculative fiction (this includes elements such as: supernatural, science fiction, fantasy, horror, and/or weird)
- Entry is free for SpecFicNZ members and $15 for non-members
- Maximum of one entry per person in each category (flash fiction and/or poetry)
- All entries must be received by 12 am (midnight) NZST on Friday 24th October 2016
- be typed using Times New Roman font, 12pt
- be formatted with 1.5 line spacing
- be paragraphed
- be written in English as the main language
- be accurate in spelling, punctuation and grammar
- include: your full name, personal email address, word count and title at the top left hand corner of your first page (see template below)
- Identifying information will not be seen by judging panel
SpecFicNZ Flash Fiction/Poetry submission template
Full name (to be used in publication):
Please confirm that:
- you are the author of this work Yes / No
- has not been published anywhere else Yes / No
- Put your full name, Title of Text, and category (Flash or Poetry) in the subject line of your email
- Attach as a .doc or .docx file
- Email your entry to: firstname.lastname@example.org
* All judges’ decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into
Steam Press Short SF Story Competition
Steam Press will continue to publish speculative fiction.
To celebrate Eunoia acquiring the company, Steam Press is running an international science fiction short story writing competition, with a prize of $USD500.00.
Entries must be 1000–1500 words, and should be science fiction, not fantasy. For more details and to submit your short stories go to: http://www.steampress.co.nz.