Ready to enter?
We’re open for entries until 1st July, and you can enter as many times as you like.
We welcome entries from writers from anywhere in the world.
Short story entries cost £8, and flash fiction entries cost £6.
Click here to enter a short story (1000 to 2000 words)
Click here to enter a flash fiction story (up to 350 words)
But before you enter, read this…
- Your story should be unpublished.
- Your story must not be submitted to any other competition or publication before the publication of the shortlist. If your story is shortlisted, you must not publish it until after the publication of the Brighton Prize Anthology 2019.
- You can withdraw your story until July 1st 2018. After that, we can’t allow you to withdraw your story, as it may have been shortlisted.
- You’ll be offered a cash prize if you are a winner or runner-up.
- If you are a winner or runner-up, you must agree to the publication of your story in our anthology to be published in 2019.
- If your name or any other identifying information is included with your story itself (rather than on the entry form), it will be disqualified automatically.
Almost all questions relating to the prize are covered in the terms and conditions. We can’t answer queries that are addressed by the terms and conditions, so make sure you read them.