ETISALAT flash fiction award 2016


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About Flash fiction Award
Etisalat has at the core of its vision, to encourage and inspire creativity. Having this in mind, the Flash Fiction Award has been established in order to cater to the large amount of interest received from unpublished writers across the Continent. In order to garner some publicity for the art of flash fiction writing and the writers themselves, this category of the Prize will be open to the general public to review and contribute to the ultimately selection of a winner.
In today’s fast paced world where communication is right at our finger tips through the use of smart devices; phones, tablets and the likes, consumers prefer to consume information on-the-go and in bite sized chunks. The Flash Fiction Award therefore seeks to marry both of these concepts together thus providing added value to mobile device users across Africa.
How to enter
The Prize is open to all writers of unpublished short stories (of African citizenship but can be resident anywhere in the world)
All entries will be submitted online via the website and short stories submitted should not exceed 300 words
Prizes
Winners will receive:
Winning Author
£1,000 cash prize.
High end device
Runners-up (2):
£500 cash prize (each)
High end device
Top 50 Stories:
Published e-book compilation by
okadabooks.com promoted online and via SMS
Published print book (if available) distributed at award ceremony
Calendar
Entries Open – September 1
Entries Closes – October 14
Voting Opens to the general public – November 1
Voting Closes – November 30
Top 50 Announced – December 2
Finalists Announced – January 11, 2017
Award Ceremony/Winner Announcement – March 2017

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