Our 25th Award closes this Sunday 8th October, but for inspiration for the next one, which will close in February, why not come to the autumn/winter series of low cost Online Flash Fiction Festival days? October 28th, November 25th and January 13th.
Each day, hosted by Jude, runs from 11.00 am to 6.30 pm London time and still costs only £30. Video recordings are sent afterwards. More details and to book at flashfictionfestival.com
a festival writing challenge. Set by Jude, judged by NFFD director and writer, Diane Simmons. Prizes for one winner and two runners up are Ad Hoc Fiction books, free entries to Bath Flash Fiction Award and publication in the next Flash Fiction Festival anthology.
Three workshops each day (one 90 min and two 60 mins) by well known flash fiction writers and teachers
Three reading sessions with four writers reading in each session
15 mins of Yoga for Writers stretches with Sudha Balagopal
Chats in Zoom breakout groups with worldwide flashy friends
And spinning the wonderful web of flash fiction in the autumn and winter
On October 28th we have a…
60 minute session Ken Elkes, “An Alternative to prompts, Creating an Ideas Grid”
60 min session on “How to Haibun” Jude in Conversation with Roberta Beary, one of the editors of the new guide book Haibun, a Writers Guide (Ad Hoc Fiction 2023)
a 90 min session, “Where are you From? Selfhood, Place and Prose Poetry” with Carrie Etter:
On November 25th we have a…
60 min session with Ingrid Jendrzejewski on “Finessing Fiction: what prose writers can pinch from poetry”
60 min session with Finnian Burnett “Triggers, Traumas and Hidden Desires: How to go deep with your characters in flash”
90 min session with Kathy Fish, “Subtraction, Negation and White Space: The Power of Spare Prose”
On January 13th we have a…
60 min session with Emily Devane, subject to be decided.
60 min session with Nora Nadjarian on the retelling of epic tales in micro fiction “OMG! – Oh My Gods and Goddesses”
90m min session with Sarah Freligh”Beyond What the “I” Can See: An Exploration of POV in Microfiction.