Our flash contest does not have genre restrictions. Writers may submit work as long as they consider it "flash." We’re open to your experimentations and want to be surprised. .
The entry fee covers one packet of up to three works of flash. Each work must be 1,000 words or less.
DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME OR ANY IDENTIFYING INFORMATION ANYWHERE ON THE SUBMISSION.
Jennifer S. Cheng’s work includes poetry, lyric essay, and image-text forms. Her debut book, HOUSE A
(2016), was selected by Claudia Rankine as winner of the Omnidawn Poetry Book Prize, and her forthcoming hybrid collection, MOON: Letters, Maps, Poems
(May 2018), was selected by Bhanu Kapil for the Tarpaulin Sky Book Award. She is also the author of Invocation: an Essay
(2011), an image-text chapbook published by New Michigan Press, and has received fellowships and awards from Brown University, the University of Iowa, San Francisco State University, the U.S. Fulbright program, Bread Loaf, Kundiman, and the Academy of American Poets. Having grown up in Texas and Hong Kong, she lives in San Francisco. www.jenniferscheng.com