In celebration of International Flash Fiction Day (June 22)…
FLASH MOB 2013
The International Flash Fiction Day
Blog Carnival and Competition
To enter, post a previously unpublished work of flash fiction (max 300 words, excluding title) on your own personal blog.
Then: send the link to the story, the story text, a photo of yourself and a brief bio–all in the body of the email–to FLASH MOB 2013 (firstname.lastname@example.org) by June 10 (Submissions closed!).
See the The Contest Rules for complete information on how to enter.
There is no fee to enter the competition.
The competition will be judged by an international panel that includes Robert Vaughan (USA), Leah McMenamin (New Zealand), Marcus Speh (Germany) and Nuala Ni Chonchúir (Ireland). See the Judges page for more.
We’d like to thank Nazifa Islam for the fabulous header art. Nazifa grew up in Novi, Michigan and received her B.A. in English from the University of Michigan. Her poetry and paintings have appeared in a number of publications, including Anomalous Press, splinterswerve, and Flashquake. Her debut poetry collection searching for a pulse is forthcoming from Whitepoint Press. She frequently updates her blog Thoughts Interjected and is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in poetry at Oregon State University.