29 Mar 2020

Flash Fiction

From Standing Room Only, 12:40 pm on 29 March 2020

This time of imposed home time is the perfect opportunity to dust off that unfinished painting, sculpture, music score, poem or book. But if taking on a big project is a bit much, how about trying your hand at flash fiction - writing a story in up to 300 words.

The National Flash Fiction Day competition is open for submissions until the 15th of April and we thought we'd bring it your attention with three and a half weeks to go of self isolation.

To explain how it works, Lynn speaks to Tracey Slaughter who was one of the judges for the 2018 competition and she runs the Waikato event.

Tracey Slaughter

Tracey Slaughter Photo: Supplied/Flash Fiction