Last month, Liberties Festival Dublin held its very first flash fiction competition. Writers were called on to submit their best 50-300 words on the theme ‘Liberties’ – either the general theme of liberties or The Liberties area of Dublin, Ireland.
We were bowled over by the entries and decided the only decent thing to do would be to let the world read some of the best pieces we received. And so our collection “Liberties: Flash Fiction from Ireland” was born.
You can download it from iTunes here. Or download in many different formats from Smashwords here.
Congratulations to all our authors, we hope to see much much more of your writing!
Liberties Festival Dublin’s first flash fiction competition is now OPEN!
We want your best 50-300 words on the theme “Liberties”. We are looking for entries from anyone living on the island of Ireland. Email your entry in the body of your email (no attachments please) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 13 July 2015. Full rules can be found here.
It’s free to enter – overall prize for best entry is a Kindle. Best entry about The Liberties area of Dublin wins two tickets to the Nighthawks event in Guinness Storehouse! Check out the festival programme, it’s going to be fun!