Do you think you could write a piece of flash fiction filled with misspelled words? Yes, you heard right – full of bad spelling – it’s the whole point of this writing competition.
My writer friend, Mitch Lavender, author of the forthcoming novel, Undertaking Hartford , and one of my co-authors of The Infection Anthology, started the ‘Grate righter. Bad speler.’ comp last year, and is inviting entries of short stories of up to 100 words until June 2nd.
Mitch says, “The worse the spelling, the better, but it has to be totally readable and contain all the elements of a short story – in otherwords, character, setting, plot, conflict and theme. The winners will be the best stories, plagued by crazy-bad misspellings.”
To see the goodies that are up for grabs for the winners, go to Mitch’s blog, Life in sixty-four square feet