What follows is an article I wrote for a "Win a Chance to Live In NYC for 6 Months" contest for the Time Out magazine site. The requirements were to write about a local experience in the city in which you live. As it turns out, what they were really looking for was listicles but hey, since I put the effort in, I figured I might as well publish the piece myself.
My first entry to 101Words.org's daily flash fiction contest was published. The website allows fiction entries that have a strict limit of 101 words which is a fun little challenge. My story is here: Amuse-Bouche OR you can just read it right here :) Grazia ran the syringe needle down the length of her tongue
My third entry into the MashStories.com flash fiction competition was shortlisted! As the competition picks up speed and followers it gets harder and harder to make it into the shortlisted stories so I'm supremely pleased that I made it in again.
MashStories holds four competitions a year and the only requirements for entry are that your story is 500 words or less and it uses three keywords (provided during each competition). The keywords for my competition were: Congress, Art and Jealousy. You can read my story here: At the Base of the Birch And now you can
I'm very excited about this one - I took a chance and entered a flash fiction writing contest on MashStories.com and I got shortlisted! Which means my story is published on their site and a podcast episode will be recorded featuring my story, "Smolder." MashStories holds four competitions a year and the only requirements for