Saturday, 3 September 2005

A story about your childhood can help these children enjoy theirs.

Ammani of Filthy, funny, flawed, gorgeous would like to interest you in a flash fiction contest she has dreamed up.
It's really quite simple. You mail me a short story of maximum 200 words, send your entry fee of just Rs.100 (or its equivalent) to Projectwhy and you could win £10 gift voucher from Amazon! If you're in the UK, you could win a £10 voucher from M&S.

The theme for the competition is 'childhood' and the last date for submission is 30th of September 2005. I'll put up the 3 short-listed stories on this blog and you get to decide the winner. You can send however many entries you want. If you cannot pay the entry fee, then any small sum will do.

This is your chance to become world famous. Okay, okay, famous among a handful of people. So get cracking and send your stories to
Ammani, by the way, is a prolific flash fiction writer herself. She's up to number 63, from her archives.

And Project Why is a Delhi NGO that works with children. Its founder, Anuradha Bakshi, blogs at

[Link via Chandrachoodan Gopalakrishnan's Selective Amnesia]

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