The winner of the October flash fiction contest, keyword monkeys, was Maureen Riches.
The November contest, for Ballarat Writers members only, is the Pamela Miller Memorial Prize. The prize is $100 and a certificate. The winner will be announced at our final Members’ night for the year on Wednesday, 30 November.
The process for submission is similar to the monthly Flash Fiction competition:
Genre: open, however, poetry and non-fiction pieces will not be accepted for this competition
Theme: everyone is welcome
Words: 350–400 words
Key word: corner (remember to include this word in your story)
All entries are to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, 20 November. Your email must include author’s name, story title and word count.
Voting will open the next day on the flash fiction competition website.
Pamela Miller was a very active and productive member of Ballarat Writers. She wrote short stories and poetry and won the ‘Murder at MADE’ short story competition held in conjunction with the Sisters in Crime Festival in 2014, and in early 2015 was part of the ‘Poetry Pathways’ ekphrastic project. She was also the winner of a number of Ballarat Writers monthly Flash Fiction competitions. Pamela died in June 2015 after a short illness.