Queer Sci Fi’s Annual Flash Fiction Contest—Deadline April 10 🗓

I’m involved in Queer Sci Fi, an organization supporting the creation of speculative fiction by and about queer/QUILTBAG people. Each year, QSF holds a contest asking writers to “do the nearly-impossible – to submit a sci fi, fantasy, paranormal or horror LGBTIQA story that has no more than 300 words.”

But you’re a writer. You’ve been doing the nearly impossible for years, concocting worlds, people, and emotions out of nothing but words. So I’m sure you can come up with something for this year’s QSF flash fiction contest. There’s no submission fee, so what do you have to lose? The details, straight from the website of QSF:

Official Rules

Source: Contest – Queer Sci Fi

For Writers
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