We would like to start by thanking everyone who has donated to National Flash Fiction Day. This has enabled us to be able to offer free entry to authors who may not otherwise be able to submit. It makes a real difference, so thank you.
We have a number of free entries for our Micro Fiction competition and our “Doors” themed anthology available to authors from marginalised backgrounds or anyone suffering economic hardship.
To be considered eligible for a free entry, you must meet at least one from the following criteria:
- Recipient of Universal Credit or Carer’s Allowance.
- Recipient of a state retirement pension and little other income.
- BAME writer.
- LGBTQIA+ or Non-Binary writer.
- Full-time university students.
You do not need to state which applies to you if you’d prefer not to, and we will not be asking for proof of eligibility.
We expect demand to outstrip the number of entries we can provide, and we would like to offer entries to as many people as possible. Free entries will be offered in good faith, but we would like to advise authors who do have means to pay for entry to do so instead.
To apply, please send an email to FreeEntryNFFD@gmail.com and state which is your first choice: micro fiction competition entry, or “Doors” themed anthology entry. If we are able to offer you a free entry, we will advise you on how to redeem this.
Again, we would like to thank everyone who has helped make this possible through donations. We shall remain open to donations, for those who wish to still donate, which can be done through the donation button on our submission guidelines pages.