OutStanding Short Story Competition

 

 

 

 

As part of the exciting WorldPride Festival, Miniature* Very Short LGBTIQ+ 2023 Competition is coming soon!

Stories need to be 50 words or less.

The competition will be launched on Facebook and here at 4pm Sat 18 February 2023

Closing Date for entries 15 March

Winners Announcement 31 March

The Theme for stories is: “Amplified”

First Prize $500 (plus other fabulous prizes)

The OutStanding committee; Gail Hewison, Robert Tait, Nicole Baker-Bryson & Stafford Hamilton

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Get to know the Miniature* Very Short Story Competition 2022 winners here. 

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Get to know the OutStanding Short Story Competition 2021 winners here.

Get to know the OutStanding Short Story Competition 2020 winners here.

Get to know the OutStanding Short Story Competition 2019 winners here.

Read the Kindle edition of ‘Lightning Flash: OutStanding Queer Australian Writing 2019’ here.

Get to know the OutStanding Short Story Competition 2018 prize winners here.

Read the Kindle edition of ‘Next Big Thing: 2018 Winners’ here.

Read the Kindle edition of ‘It’s Complicated: 2017 Winners’ here.

Listen to the OutStanding Short Story Competition podcast here.

 

Would you like to donate to The Outstanding LGBTIQA+ Short Story Competition? Do it here


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