Member-Sponsored Second Flash Flood Warning! Contest
Let’s do it again!
Spring has arrived for most of us, and with it the potential for lots and lots of rain, wind, and storms! It’s almost like the earth is purging itself, taking a nice long shower, washing away all the yuck and getting ready to put on its gorgeous, new colors. Let’s celebrate that with a flood of flash fiction!
For this contest, I want stories that contain a spring weather element: give me your downpours, tornadoes, lightning storms, hail the size of (insert your favorite ball here), or just a soothing, gentle drizzle on a Sunday afternoon. Your weather element doesn’t have to be the main focus of your story, but it needs to be more than a mere mention. I want to feel that pouring rain, I want to hear those gusts of wind, I want to be shook when that lightning strikes.
This contest is for flash fiction, so that means 1,000 words or less. The best flash fiction still tells a complete story, it just does it in less words. Make every word count!
All genres are welcome.
You can see last year’s winners here.
Happy Spring, happy writing, and good luck!
Prize money for this contest is provided by the Scribophile Writing Contest Prize Fund.
Winners have been announced! Log in to see them.
|1st prize:||$100 cash via PayPal|
|2nd prize:||$75 cash via PayPal|
|3rd prize:||$50 cash via PayPal|
Entries must be received by April 30th, 2023, 11:59pm, UTC.
Entries must be flash fiction, 1,000 words or less by Scribophile’s count.
Entries must contain a spring weather element.
Multiple entries not allowed.
No poetry or novel chapters.
Work must have Public visibility on Scribophile until winners are announced.
If your entry has placed in a site-wide contest on Scribophile in the past, you may not resubmit that piece to this contest.
To enter the contest, post your work on Scribophile and check the box that says “Enter this work into the Member-Sponsored Second Flash Flood Warning! Contest.”
Entry is free, but you’ll need karma points to post your work. You can earn karma points by writing critiques of other member’s work.