Short Story Writing Competition
What a load of Drabble
Closing Date: End of March
I love discovering new words, and one I came across recently was drabble. It's a wonderful word which is the name for a short story told in exactly 100 words.
Why don't you have a go? It's our brand new competition for February and March, and if you win we'll send you a copy of volume 15 & 16 of The World's Thousand Best Short Stories - The American Story-tellers. Over 90 classic short stories including work by Henry James, Mark Twain and O. Henry. The winner will also get the inspiring smell of a dusty second-hand bookshop as part of the prize! What more could you ask for?
It's more difficult than you might think to write a story this length; 100 words is about the amount you would write on a postcard home, which is next to nothing really.
This competition is not open for entries at this point in time.
This competition will be judged by Adam and Andy, Co-Founders of Bibliofaction.
Volume 15 & 16 of The World's Thousand Best Short Stories