The QueerSciFi.com Flash Fiction Contest is open now through April 30, 2021, with the theme this year of “Ink”.
Tell us about ink (and the stain it leaves) on your characters, the culture, and the world, for better or worse.
We’ll be accepting works from across the queer spectrum, and would love to see more entries including lesbian, trans, bi, intersex and ace protagonists, as well as gay men. We also welcome diversity in ability (physical and mental) and in race.
Stories must be no longer than 300 words, incorporate a speculative element, and include “at least one queer character and/or obvious queer content.”
For more information, see the contest website.
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