Competition Two

  Write, edit and submit by 23rd Feb 2021.

Submit a flash fiction piece of between 100 and 300 words, on any theme.

£1 per entry, per story.

£75 for one winner.

2x commended and 2x shortlisted stories will be published on the FFF web site.

Judge - Amy O'Neil    @amygraceONeil


Amy O’Neil is an emerging writer based in Brighton, UK. Her Stories and flash fiction have appeared in Mslexia,101 words, Paragraph planet and Flashflood Journal among others. She recently won the Grindstone literary Flash Fiction contest, Globe Soup Summer short story contest and was the winner of the Free Flash Fiction Competition One. She is currently working on her first novel.

To get links to all of the ( on-line ) published work by Amy O'Neil

- click here

Please consider...

paying your entrance fee to Competition Two by Direct Bank Transfer. The reason we ask is that both PayPal and Stripe deduct £0.37 from the £1.00 entry fee. (in 2019 Paypal reported earnings of US$2.459 billion - imagine how many flash fiction anthologies the Free Future Foundation could publish with that! )

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If you choose to pay this way, please make the payment reference the title of your story, ( or as many words of the title as possible ), add that reference to the top of your story, and submit your story using the regular submissions form - click here.
Without the reference, your story will be considered a submission and not a competition entry.
Many thanks for your cooperation - the FFF team.

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Price: £1.00

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Hey Flash Fiction authors - One of the best sources for current competitions is the Christopher Fielden web site. The link below is specific to flash fiction competitions, but included on the site are writing tips, advice and challenges and a whole lot more!

Another brilliant resource for writing competitions is the Betas & Bludgers Writing Competitions List - click here 


Free Flash fiction would like to thank Tom O'Brien. When approached to see if he was interested in being the judge for our first competition, he did not hesitate to say yes.

Tom O'Brien's Novella-in-Flash Straw Gods is available now at Reflex Press.

 @tomwrote and

Free Flash Fiction would also like to thank Lou Willmott for her invaluable contribution as part of the FFF editorial team.

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