>The Micro Award

>I don’t know anything about this other than what the Micro Award Website says: it’s a contest for the best short-short (under 1,000 words) published in 2007; submissions should be mailed to the administrator by September 30, 2008; and the winner, as determined by a panel of judges, will win $50.00. And there’s a $2 fee to cover costs.

So if you write flash fiction, or an editor who publishes flash fiction, you might want to go for a little extra exposure (and $) and submit something for consideration. Or not, since I gather this is the first year of the contest, and I have no idea who the guy is who came up with the idea. Still, it’s only $2, plus postage. So why not?

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  1. >The 4th Annual Micro Award will be open for submissions from Oct 1 – Dec 31, 2010. The Micro Award is presented annually for flash fiction not exceeding 1000 words in length. Eligible stories may be of any genre, published in 2010. Editors may submit two stories; writers may submit one. The winner of the $500.00 prize and all other finalists will be announced on Feb 17, 2011. Visit our website for official rules and submission guidelines: http://www.microaward.org.

    Alan Presley
    Micro Award Administrator

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