This is the first year that we've given the project its own twitter profile, so its still gathering followers and it would be great to get some help spreading the word.
So What' s The Challenge
The challenge is to write a story in the constraints of a tweet. Entrants have to tweet using the #SFFiction tag, leaving them just 129 characters to create a story.
We are surrounded by stories and there are loads of great writers and out there and loads of avid readers, However, we've all done it; put down a book we've loved felt almost sad for a moment and then wondered what to read next. The Serious Flash Fiction project hopes to bring writers and readers together in a quick, accessible and fun way.
What Happens When The Project Closes on the 24th of June?
The best entries will be picked for publication in our anthology, along with those folks who were publishes last time.
Some of the great stories we've had so far:
Sun danced on her arm. She relished the heat, the light. The Shadows approached. A sob caught in her mouth. Too late to run #sffiction - By @bex_spence
Her eyes are beautiful. A deep forest green. Watching. Expectant. I could stare at them forever.
One by one we emerged from below, the light blinding us. Once green lands now ash. Our world had truly gone, but we're still here #SFFiction - by @Kate_Sykes
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Ben Warden - Editor of the #SFFiction project and author of 'Life Without', which made the top ten literary fiction e-books on amazon.