The Atticus Review Flash Fiction Contest, 2018

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Atticus Review is happy to announce our second annual Flash Fiction Contest judged by Mary Miller. You may submit either one piece of flash fiction up to 1000 words for $10 or two pieces of flash fiction up to 1000 words each for $15. You may include your name on the cover page of your submission, but please do not put your name or identifying information on the pages containing the piece itself. Also, please no submissions from colleagues, former students, or close acquaintances of the Contest Judge.

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First Prize: $500
Second Prize: $150
Third Prize: $50

Deadline: October 29th, 2018

Winner Announced: December 10th, 2018

A note about gifting of contest fees:
We know contests can get expensive for writers. That’s why we’ve added ways for friends, family, or any kind of generous benefactor (we won’t ask questions!) to gift you a contest entry. A sponsor can make a one-time gift to you of one submission, two submissions, or they can become a Patreon Supporter at the “Sustainer” level or above and then get in touch with us to request a free contest entry for a friend and send us your name and email address. Also, while we’re talking about Patreon, you can become a Patreon Supporter at the “Sustainer” level or above and you will be able to submit to any current or future Atticus Review writing contest for free as long as you remain a supporter.

About the judge:
Mary Miller
 is the author of two collections of short stories, Big World and Always Happy Hour, as well as a novel, The Last Days of California. Her fiction has appeared in the Oxford American, Norton’s Seagull Book of Stories, McSweeney’s Quarterly, American Short Fiction, Mississippi Review, and forthcoming in The Paris Review. She is a former James Michener Fellow in Fiction at the University of Texas and John and Renée Grisham Writer-in-Residence at Ole Miss.

The Atticus Review Flash Fiction Contest 2018 judged by Mary Miller

 

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Atticus Review is a weekly online journal that publishes stories, poems, flash prose, creative nonfiction, mixed media, book reviews, and other genre-busting words of wisdom and interactive literary whimsy.

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