Flash Fiction Contest – final days

The deadline for entries into our second Flash Fiction contest is June 29 with a cash prize of $100.

The deadline for entries into our second Flash Fiction contest is June 29 with a cash prize of $100..

One of Canada’s most celebrated short story writers and award-winning novelist, W.P. Kinsella, has agreed to join our judging panel this year. He’ll be joined by mystery writer Robin Spano who pens the fun and dangerous Clare Vengel novels (think Lizbeth Salander meets Charlie’s Angels); Island writer Lou Allin, author of the wonderful RCMP Corporal Holly Martin series; and a Victoria-based but internationally-published author named Grant McKenzie who has a new dark thriller launching this week on Amazon (K.A.R.M.A., http://amzn.com/0987796712) and the first in a new mystery series, Angel With A Bullet, launching from Midnight Ink and available in all great book stores on Sept. 8.

Here are the contest details:

250 words or less – must be prose, not poetry – submitted electronically only – and be an original, previously unpublished piece.

Entry fee of $10. Drop off payment at the office, 818 Broughton Street, or by credit card at 250-480-3300 and ask for Kathryn.

Deadline: June 29, 2012

Submit your stories as text to: flashfiction@mondaymag.com

 

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