We’re excited to announce the next Flash Fiction Saturday Night in the Museum in the Armagh County Museum in conjunction with an exhibition entitled ‘Street Strangers’ by the fabulous local photographer, Alistair Prentice due to be on display from the beginning of January 2022.
Submissions should be in keeping with the theme of the exhibition – Street Strangers but might be a loose interpretation. Stories of no more than 750 words are welcome from both new and experienced writers, Irish Language writers, Ulster-Scots writers, and authors who can extract a short section from their books to share a sample of their work.
Submit your work via the form on the website (link here) where you will find more details about Flash Fiction Armagh and can view previous events. The submission deadline is 12th January 2022.
It is free to submit, but please only send us one piece. You must be available to read at the Armagh County Museum, at 7pm on Saturday, 12th February 2022.
This will be a ticket-only event and tickets will go on sale in mid-January 2022 – price £5.00 per person.
Readers and attendees must present proof of COVID vaccinations, wear masks and comply with all COVID regulations in effect at the time.
The Armagh County Museum is a lovely place to while away the time on a cold winter’s day. Call in at your leisure to see its current exhibition – The Armagh Art Club Winter Exhibition – until 31st December 2021. I found it very inspiring and the artwork is for sale – a good place to find a unique Christmas Present and support local artists at the same time.
We look forward to reading your submissions.