As part of the National Flash-Fiction Day celebrations on 25th June 2016, we are plotting a special story walk, and your words can be part of it.
To be in with a chance of being included, all you need to do is send us a piece of flash fiction (between 40 and 400 words), inspired by Bristol’s harbourside area.
The walk will begin at 10.30am outside the main entrance to the Bristol Central Library, ending at Corn Street close to St Nick’s Market, and taking in Millennium Square, Pero’s Bridge, Queen Square and Broad Quay along the way. Selected stories will be shared by trained actors, hopefully capturing the spirit of the location and stirring our imaginations!
The walk will take between an hour and an hour and a half.
Your flashes may be on any theme, and in any genre, as long as they are short. Comedies, tales of betrayal, heartbreak and redemption, ghost stories, space operas and anything else your subconscious serves up are all welcome.
Submit your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org before 9th June 2016.
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An inspired way to help the power of mental imagery enhance the wonder and beauty of this magical part of the wonderfully historic city
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