#Flashtag, the Manchester-based writing group of which 330Words is a proud member, is now accepting entries for its short story writing competition for Chorlton Arts Festival.
The competition, now in its third year, is looking for entries of 400 words, which will conclude with a live event in the leafy suburbs of Chorlton during the festival.
The theme of the competition is ‘Past, Present Future’, so get scribbling. Prizes include a bumper boxset of our favourite books, as well as a very special literary prize which we’re keeping secret for now. Enter your words here.
The deadline for entries is Friday 26th April. You can read the rules here.
In the words of #flashtag’s very own David Hartley:
The theme is wider than stretched out space and time, you could literally do anything with that. Literally. You have 400 words at your disposal and you don’t even have to use them all.