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Ruth Moose Flash Fiction 

  • Contest is currently OPENED
  • Open to all CWC members and to non-member residents of the North and South Carolina.
  • Entries must be original and unpublished. This includes blogs, Facebook, websites and any other digital media.
  • For short fiction of up to 500 words.
  • Only one entry per contest is allowed.
  • Entry Fee: CWC Members: $15.00, Non-members: $20.00
  • Prizes: First Place: $150.00, Second Place: $75.00, Third Place: $25.00
  • Prizes will be awarded in December at the CWC general meeting.
  • Include submission title and word count in the upper left corner of document.
  • For inquiries or questions, contact Mack Staton, Contest Chair.

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Ruth Moose Flash Fiction Contest Judge
Luke Whisnant
 

Luke Whisnant’In the Debris Field won the 2018 Bath Flash Fiction International Novella in Flash Award. His other books are Down in the Flood (stories); Watching TV with the Red Chinese (novel); and two poetry chapbooks, Street and Above Floodstage. His fiction and poetry have appeared in many journals and magazines in the U.S., including Esquire, Arts & Letters, American Short Fiction, Poetry East, and others, and overseas in Frank (France), Revista Neo (Portugal), and Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine (England). His work also appears in the anthologies Racing Home; This Is Where We Live: Stories by 25 Contemporary NC Writers; and Long Story Short: Flash Fiction by Sixty-Five of North Carolina’s Finest Writers. Three of his stories have been reprinted in New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, and he has been included twice on The Best American Short Stories “Distinguished Story List.” In 2011 his novel was made into an independent film. He has served on the staff of Tar River Poetry since 1985, becoming editor in 2006. He also works in advertising and marketing, writing brochure and website copy and feature stories; a project he did for The Publicus Community won an Addy Award in 2014. A two-time recipient of the department’s Bertie Fearing Excellence in Teaching Award, Whisnant joined the ECU English faculty in 1982.

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