- 19 July, 2021
And the results are in! The winners of the 2nd Dulwich Festival Flash Fiction Competition have been announced, along with the highly commended entries. The Festival was delighted that author, blogger & book reviewer Alice Castle alongside poet, playwright & creative entrepreneur Nick Makoha and author & journalist, Marianne Kavanagh joined us again as our judging panel. The judges were encouraged to see how many people have participated and they thoroughly enjoyed reading them all and selecting the winners.
This years Dulwich Festival Flash Fiction competition was announced in March, with a call for short compelling stories with a maximum of 400 words and prizes for those who were placed. Highly commended stories would be at the judges’ discretion and happily the entries have revealed a clutch of such stories in addition to the placed entries.
Look After The Pennies by Catherine Wald
Key of the Door by Amanda Addison
Wrap-up by John Wheeler
Settle yourself down and enjoy reading these wonderfully varied short stories including highly commended entries here.
The Dulwich Festival Flash Fiction Competition will run again next year, so why not experiment with creating your own story in the meantime. Follow the Dulwich Festival on social media for more details.