Franklin Carmichael, Autumn
(This Flash Fiction Challenge does not apply to the current Commemorative Anthology)
Now it's Your Turn!
This is Your Opportunity to Show Us What You've Got!
Write and Submit a 250 - 500 word Flash Fiction story inspired by a Group
of Seven Painting, and it Will be Considered for Publication on the 'Group of Seven Flash Fiction' BLOG, AND, Voted on for Inclusion in the Second Edition of 'Group of Seven Flash Fiction' in 2020.
Instructions for Submission
1. Paste Your Story in the 'Story' box with its title at the top.
2. Include the full name of the Group of Seven Artist and
the full title of the Painting that inspired your story, at the
end of your story..
3. Include your word count at the very end of your story..
(***250 - 500 words; minimum/maximum)
4. Also Include a url/link to the Image of the Group of Seven
Painting that you selected for your story, in the 'URL/Link'
5. Your Flash Fiction story will be posted with the image of
the painting you selected. Both your story and the url to
the image must be submitted. at the same time.
*****All information requested above, must be included in
your submission in order for your story to be considered
for the Flash Fiction Challenge
If you have any questions about your story, the required
url, or the submission process please contact us HERE
Keep in Mind That Your Flash Fiction Piece
is to be Inspired by the Painting, it is not to Interpret the Painting.
If you would like a reminder about how to write a Flash Fiction piece
READ 'About Flash Fiction'
If you would like more info about how to write your Flash Fiction piece,
check out the 'Resources Page' on the 'Group of Seven Flash Fiction' website
Additional Resources on how to write a Flash Fiction story can be found at
'Vancouver Flash Fiction'
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Your vote will determine which stories are permanently posted on
The 'Group of Seven Flash Fiction' BLOG and which Flash Fiction pieces are considered for inclusion in the Second Group of Seven Flash Fiction Anthology
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(There is no voting for the current Commemorative Anthology. Participation is by Invitation only)
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