The winner of the 2018 Nasiona Flash Creative Nonfiction Prize will receive a USD $250 cash prize, as well as publication in The Nasiona.
Rules for Submissions
- Submissions must be aligned to The Nasiona's mission and what we're about. https://thenasiona.com/about/
- Submissions accepted from September 24th to 11:59 p.m., November 30th, 2018.
- Please submit up to two original and unpublished pieces of flash creative nonfiction per entry. Up to 1,000 words per piece.
- Your entry must be formatted on 8 1/2" x 11" using single spacing and Times New Roman 12 point font.
- You may submit as many contest entries as you like, as often as you like.
- Do no identify yourself on your attachment. Enter your name and address information in the form provided in Submittable. In the space reserved for a cover letter, please enter the title(s) of your piece(s) and line count.
- We accept .doc and .docx files.
- Simultaneous submissions are encouraged. If your work is accepted elsewhere, it is your responsibility to immediately notify The Nasiona that your work is no longer available for consideration by leaving a note in Submittable.
- If we accept your work of flash creative nonfiction for publication, we trust you will remove the piece from all other contests, etc., upon our acceptance of your work.
- Please do not number the pages or use headers and footers.
- Ensure your piece is in .doc or .docx format.
- A $6.50 nonrefundable reading and processing fee is required for us to accept and review your work.
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- Contact nasiona.mail (at) gmail (dot) com if you have any questions.
The winner and the finalists will be notified by no later than 31 January 2019.
The Nasiona retains standard first publication rights. All rights immediately revert to the writer upon publication.
We only accept contest entries through Submittable.
Please send us your best work! We look forward to reading it.