Our second print anthology is coming soon…
Brilliant Flash Fiction wants your best and most brilliant 300-word flash fiction stories for a print anthology set to launch autumn 2021.
Your story must be original and unpublished. One submission per author, please.
Theme: None. Let your imagination run wild. All genres accepted.
Word Count: 300 words or less
Deadline: May 14, 2021
Author Payment: One complimentary copy of the print anthology
Continue reading “CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS”
It’s done! We raised $1,575 to finance our 2021 print anthology, thanks to the 39 heroic backers of our month-long Kickstarter project. THANK YOU ALL. Watch this website for further anthology developments. (If you subscribe to Brilliant Flash Fiction, you will receive automatic email updates.)
Brilliant Flash Fiction will celebrate a happy Christmas this year, and we wish the same to our generous supporters.
On-the-Spot Writing Contest Winner
Thanks also go out to the brave participants of our virtual on-the-spot writing challenge. These writers were given one hour in which to write a story based on the prompt “Race,” created by First Reader Kari Redmond, who hosted a Zoom session attended by an international audience.
We received 30 entries at the end of an hour, and the winner is Hannah Whiteoak. Her story, After the Race, will appear in our January 31 issue and she will be paid the standard $20 fee for publication. Congratulations, Hannah!
Continue reading “KICKSTARTER SUCCESS”
Donate $10 or more to Brilliant Flash Fiction and receive a free copy of our first print anthology, Hunger: The Best of Brilliant Flash Fiction, 2014-2019.
This collection is a great resource for students of flash fiction, for authors who want to submit their work, and for anyone who enjoys reading quality flash.
“Compiling the best of five years of Brilliant Flash Fiction, editors Dawn Lowe, Ed Higgins, and team have created an anthology that wows on every page. These stories demonstrate the power of flash fiction, its unique ability to move, excite, and entertain readers far beyond the constraints of its limited word count.”
– Kathy Fish, master teacher and author
“Loving Hunger: The best of Brilliant Flash Fiction, 2014-2019. I have found some real gems. Read a few to my MFA fiction workshop students.”
– Robert Pope, author of Jack’s Universe and Pushcart Prize winner: Continue reading “HUNGER: THE BEST OF BRILLIANT FLASH FICTION, 2014-2019”