Competition Nine - ended 23rd April 2022

Read the Competition Nine Judges Report by Michelle Christophorou

Competition Nine Shortlist

Competition Nine Long-list

Free Flash Fiction would like to say a big thank you to judge Michelle Christophorou

@MAChristophorou

Competition Eight - ended 23rd February 2022

Read the Competition Eight Judges Report by Martha Lane

Read the winning story by Michelle Christophorou

Competition Eight Shortlist

Competition Eight Long-list

Free Flash Fiction would like to say a big thank you to Martha Lane 

 

 

@poor_and_clean

 

Competition Seven - ended 23rd December 2021

Read the Competition Seven Judges Report by Rachel O'Cleary

Read the winning story by Martha Lane 

Competition Seven Shortlist

Competition Seven Long-list

Free Flash Fiction would like to say a big thank you to Rachel O'Cleary 

@RachelOCleary1

List of publications: rachelocleary.wordpress.com

Free Flash Fiction would like to say a big thank you to Martha Lane 

marth2

Free Flash Fiction would like to say a big thank you to

Abi Hennig.

Abi Hennig

Follow the link below to read more of Abi's flash fiction

thinkingtwentythingsatonce

 Free Flash Fiction would like to say a big thank you to Hazel Turner 

Hazel Turner

Read 'A Rose among Thistles' here ...

and 'Doors closing' here - both at reedsyprompts 

'This Time will be Different'- at Didcot Writers

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.

 Homemade Weather - by Tom O'Brien - part of a three story anthology - available at Retreat West Books 

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

 @tomwrote

 www.tomobrien.co.uk

 

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

Check out her podcast Lou Reads 

'Writing a book is hard, but reading them is often easier! Join Lou as she talks, dissects, and shares ideas about her favourite reads, all from a writer's point of view.'