"The essential challenge of Friday Flash Fiction is to write a fresh new story of 100 words (or just under) in time for publication that following Friday."
Andrew Siderius Memorial Contest Submissions: 100 WORD STORIES
Writers who wish to enter the classic 100-word Friday Flash Fiction stories should use THIS page. Please complete the form (using the Storybox below) for the stories themselves – it's easier to manage editorially and helps us stay in line with data protection legislation.
Your story must relate in some small way to the photograph shown here below.
100-WORD SUBMISSIONS GUIDANCE
Please read this before submitting
The main reasons why submissions are rejected are:
REMEMBER: Your story must refer in some small way to the photograph above.
Each of these problems can be solved. For instance, part of the fun of writing flash fiction is shrinking your story to the required size! But please – take care to complete the form properly.
If you have any problems, please use our CONTACT FORM and we'll try to answer any problems, but all submissions must use the Storybox. Entries sent via this email address will not be accepted.
To all authors: we don't claim any sort of exclusive rights here, so feel free to submit your story anywhere else once your story has been published.
IN THE WRONG PLACE?
This page is for classic 75-100-word entries, but you might have been looking for one of the other categories. Click on the appropriate button below and hopefully you'll end up in the right place.