Sunday, 16 June 2019
Thanks for joining us for NFFD 2019!
The rain has stopped, the water has subsided, and this year's Flash Flood has come to an end. We hope you had a wonderful National Flash Fiction Day weekend!
Thank you again to everyone who submitted work, to all our authors, to our panel of editors, and to all of you who stopped by to read.
Special thanks also to Lindsay Murphy, the Programmes Manager at Safe Ground, who shared the inspiring work of Safe Ground's Flash Fiction Project with us.
Submissions for next year's Flash Flood will open in the Spring of 2020.
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Thank you again and happy writing from all of us at Flash Flood.
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