Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Science fiction contest & the Short Story Library

ReadMe Publishing asks you to imagine, What if? And so you ask yourself, what if... what? Well you tell us! We want science fiction short fiction (micro, flash or short stories) that tell us a science fiction story around the idea what if. Where ever you take it, take it interesting!

The word limit is 5,000 words.
Submission deadline: August 31, 2009.
Awards: Winning stories will be paid $50.00, Second place $25.00, Third Place $10.00. The top stories will be published in a science fiction collection to be published in October of 2009. All accepted entries will receive an eBook version of the final collection.
Entry fee: Free!
ReadMe Publishing home:

Short Story Library

Casey Quinn, publisher of ReadMe, is also the publisher and editor of Short Story Library, a free weekly online magazine which offers poetry, microfiction, flash fiction and short stories on the web.

Short Story Library accept submssions all year round and tries to respond to submission within six weeks. Short Story Library also accepts art work, general articles, book reviews and writing articles for consideration in our publications.

Photo: Snapshots of Life, poetry by Casey Quinn

Note: For information about Brian Henry’s upcoming writing workshops and courses see here.

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