No Entry Fee
Word limit: 300 words, excluding title
Deadline: SEPTEMBER 15, 2017
Submissions: email to

50 euro first prize (or equivalent amount in your currency)
25 euro second prize
15 euro third prize
Judge: Charles Rammelkamp


Charles Rammelkamp_contest judge photoJudge: Charles Rammelkamp
Charles is Prose Editor for BrickHouse Books in Baltimore, where he lives, and edits The Potomac online literary journal His latest book is a collection of dramatic monologues, American Zeitgeist, published by Apprentice House, which also published his collection Mata Hari: Eye of the Day.


Contest Rules:

One entry per author.

Send your entry pasted into the body of an email and also as a .doc attachment (in the same email) to There are no specific font or formatting requirements. Authors retain all rights to submitted work. Deadline is September 15, 2017, midnight in Dublin, Ireland.

Fiction only, please! No poetry, essays, non-fiction or memoir. Stories unrelated to the theme “concealment” will be disqualified.

All entries must be original and unpublished. This means submissions that have been accepted for publication anywhere else, including blogs, radio broadcast, personal web pages, etc., are not eligible. Entries of more than 300 words or entries found to be published anywhere else will be immediately disqualified.

All winning entries (including shortlisted stories) will be published on our website.