Short Fiction is a UK-based visual literary journal that appears annually in the autumn, and publishes short stories from around the world. The journal is now accepting entries its Short Fiction Prize, an annual competition open to short story writers of all nationalities.
To enter, submit an unpublished story no longer than 6,000 words by midnight (BST) on the 31 March 2015. Stories can be on any theme or genre, and writers are able to submit up to two stories. To submit a single story, the entry fee is £6. For £10, writers can submit up to 2 stories and receive a free copy of Short Fiction’s next issue.
The first prize story wins £500 and will be published. The second prize story will receive £100. All entries will also be considered for general publication. For more information on entry, please visit The Short Fiction Prize’s rules here.
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Before you enter, listen to a 10×10 podcast – 10 minute interviews with 10 short story writers, from Margaret Atwood to Romesh Gunesekera.