Crack Your Knuckles: Flash Fiction 2020 is On


Reality, amirite? How about a little fiction — a real little? The annual North Coast Journal Flash Fiction Contest might be just the bite-sized escapism we need. Make your story 99 words or fewer, not including the title, for a chance at small-scale literary fame and seeing your story in the Journal. Email up to three entries as attachments to our judges at with your full name and contact information (the latter won’t be printed) by 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 30. The top picks will publish in December. How long is a 99-word story? Just about this long.
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