Flash Fiction at the North London Literary Festival!
Hosted by Stephanie Gerra & Em Fleming
Jukebox Story bring their mixtape of tall tales and comedy to the North London Literary Festival.
We’re putting out a call to London’s writers for 200 word flash fiction inspired by pop songs about ‘identity’ (My Way, That’s Not My Name, I Am What I Am, the choice is endless). The winning story as voted for by the audience will receive the coveted Jukebox Story USB mixtape and be published at http://www.jukeboxstory.com.
All this, plus comedy, music and prizes…
Email your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org by 24 March. A limited number of open mic spots will be available on the day.
Stephanie Gerra is a founder member of spoken word ensembles Future Perfect and Bloomsbury Voices. Her work has been published in South Bank Poetry, The London Miscellany Magazine, and two recent collections of prose and poetry, Bloomsbury Voice and Racier Things. Famed for her honeyed vocal tones, she works as a writer-announcer for UKTV, BBC Worldwide, PBS America and BSkyB/AETN. To visit Stephanie’s blog, click here.
Em Fleming is a writer and performer who came third in the National Poetry Rivals competition 2013. Co-founder of expat Yorkshire collective Not The Brontës, Em has performed at the Streatham, Camden and Bloomsbury festivals and has been published in the anthologies Twist My Words, First Time Mum and Here’s One I Made Earlier. To visit Em’s website, click here.