Saturday, May 10, 2014

Write Club

Does your writing have the stuff?

Here's a chance to find out and maybe secure bragging rights. DL Hammons is having his annual contest called Write Club. Submissions are the entire month of May. Enter with a 500 word story in any genre. A panel of judges will pick the best 32, which will anonymously go head to head. Twice a week he'll post matchups of flash fiction over the next eight weeks, and the winner will move forward until there is one standing.

Sound familiar?

Unlike Query Kombat, this is about flash fiction. Crafting amazing stories in very few words. Bringing a scene to life by making every word count. Who could resist!

See you there anonymously. 


  1. Thank you for helping to spread the word Michelle! WRiTE CLUB started out as a way to spur writer interaction and has turned into a phenomenal annual event. Although it is a contest, there are no losers because even the submissions who don't move to the next round still receive some VERY helpful feedback.

    Thanks again! :)

  2. That's a great point! I didn't realize everyone got feedback. How helpful! Can't wait to send in my entry.

  3. Aww, I was in a writing group called Write Club at FSU. lol Memories. We did short stories, though. :)