330 Words is part of #Flashtag, a group of five Manchester writers who should know better. This summer, we’ll be returning to Chorlton Arts Festival for the second Flashtag Writing Competition, a contest which celebrates flowing prose, emerging writing talent and brevity.
If you’d like to submit your wares, we’re looking for stories of 500 words or less. You can enter by sending your story to firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries must be submitted no later than 27th April, so get scribbling. If shortlisted, you must also be able to attend the live final on May 23rd.
Last year’s winner, Socrates Adams, is now a published author of the exceptional ‘Everything’s Fine’. If that’s not incentive enough, there are also fantastic prizes on offer for the champion submission.
You can find more details about the competition on the #Flashtag website.