Member-Sponsored freeze frame fiction flash frenzy 3
|Nov 15, 2014
freeze frame fiction, a digital flash fiction publication, is holding a contest here on Scribophile to accompany our third quarter submissions. Entries should be good flash fiction, pure and simple. All genres, no content restrictions: 1,000 words or less.
Good flash fiction is like a freeze frame—a snapshot of a real story about real people. The word count is low, so many of the details are left to the reader to fill in, but they're there in the background. Flash fiction is not the same as a vignette, or a scene; it hints at much more. It requires a connection between the reader and the writing, and when done well, it leaves a lasting impression.
For an idea of what we like to publish, check out our second volume: http://freezeframefiction.com/read/q2-flash-fiction/
The TOC for our first volume and details for purchasing the ebook can be found here: http://freezeframefiction.com/read/q1-flash-fiction/
For more information about freeze frame fiction, including submission guidelines, please stop by our website: http://freezeframefiction.com/
Winners have been announced! Log in to see them.
|Publication in freeze frame fiction's third volume of flash fiction (1 January online and 1 April in ebook), $10 cash via PayPal
|10 karma points
Entries must be received before midnight Saturday, 15 November (UTC time), and the winners will be announced on or before 30 November. This leaves 15 days for non-winners to complete any revisions and submit their pieces during the Q3 submission period.
Entries must be no more than 1,000 words per Scribophile's count.
Multiple entries are allowed.
Work must have Public visibility on Scribophile until a winner is announced.
To enter the contest, post your work on Scribophile and check the box that says "Enter this work into the Member-Sponsored freeze frame fiction flash frenzy 3." Your work will automatically be considered.
The checkbox will be visible until the contest deadline, which is in UTC time.
Entry is free, but you'll need karma points to post your work. You can earn karma points by writing critiques of work by other members.
If you have placed in a contest in the past with a particular piece, you may not resubmit that piece in other contests.