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Flash Fiction Competition - TABOO

Send in your 200 word stories inspired by the word TABOO

Here at Legend Press, we’re delighted to accept submissions directly from writers. We’re always on the lookout for new, exciting and unusual work, and we can’t wait to hear new stories and new voices.

Each story requires the perfect amount of time to be told – whether it’s a series of seven books that takes the world by storm, a single, complete novel, an elegant, slim novella, a pithy short story or the rapid snapshot of flash fiction, we want to read it. And to celebrate all the amazing writers out there, Legend Press is asking for flash fiction submissions.

This month the theme is TABOO. Send us your stories – up to a maximum of 200 words – and we’ll choose our favourite to go on the blog, as well as promoting it on SM with the hashtag #LengendFlashFic and the author's twitter handle and website (if that's your bag). Make sure to let us know which name you'd like you story to appear under, and if you have a twitter handle you'd like us to include. Every story we feature means its author can pick any book from our existing catalogue to be sent out free of charge (UK delivery only). Multiple entries are fine by us – if you send more than one story, you could win more than one book!

Send your entries to imogenharris@legend-paperbooks.co.uk before midday on 31st June 2018, with the words 'flash fiction' in the subject line. All entires are 100% anonymous and will be voted on by the whole office. The winners will be notified before they appear on our website.

If you have a full-length manuscript that you would be interested in sending to us, please see our submission guidelines.

Terms and Conditions:

Copyright remains with the author of the piece.

Prize is one hard copy title by Legend Press, UK delivery only. No cash alternative, although if the winner would prefer, that hard copy can be exchanged for an ebook.

Multiple entries are accepted.

More than one winner may be selected.

All stories will be judged anonymously.