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telari:

Missed details by SylwiaTelari18 or 19/04/2014, watercolour, graphite and white gel pen on 15 x 21 cm watercolour paper.
Yes, more Beauty and the Beast. Mooore. The others can be viewed here or under this tag. This was done on the 18th or 19th of April… I don’t remember clearly. Well, Bella definitely takes no bollocks. I suppose it might have been funny to some, but it’s not the middle finger up, sorry.

telari:

Missed details by SylwiaTelari
18 or 19/04/2014, watercolour, graphite and white gel pen on 15 x 21 cm watercolour paper.

Yes, more Beauty and the Beast. Mooore. The others can be viewed here or under this tagThis was done on the 18th or 19th of April… I don’t remember clearly. Well, Bella definitely takes no bollocks. I suppose it might have been funny to some, but it’s not the middle finger up, sorry.

The Golden Key Flash Fiction Open

We’re thrilled to announce our very first Flash Fiction Open! The contest is open to flash fiction 500 words or under, and it will be judged by a writer who is beloved by us: Karin Tidbeck, author of the unclassifiable and wonderfully strange collection Jagannath, and stories that have appeared in some of our favorite places like Unstuck, Tor.com, Lightspeed, Strange Horizons.

The prize is $200 and publication in Issue 6. As each issue of The Golden Key is themed to be inspired by some “object” that might come out of the little iron chest in the Grimm Brothers’ “The Golden Key” tale, the winning piece selected by Karin Tidbeck will also set the theme for Issue 6.

There will be a modest entry fee of $5 for one entry, or $7 for two. We’re raising money so that we can pay our future contributors—entry fees are considered donations, and donations are never used for website or site-related costs—editors pay that.

We hope you’ll enter our first contest! You could win $200, your story could be the centerpiece of Issue 6, and you’ll be supporting other writers!

For more contest details, including how to enter, please see: http://www.whatwonderfulthings.net/main/the-golden-key-flash-fiction-open/

The wonderful poster art for the Flash Fiction Open was created by the supremely talented F. Lee. See more of F. Lee’s work here: Portfolio, store, and on Twitter @FleeCentaur. @fleebites

The Golden Key Flash Fiction Open

We’re thrilled to announce our very first Flash Fiction Open! The contest is open to flash fiction 500 words or under, and it will be judged by a writer who is beloved by us: Karin Tidbeck, author of the unclassifiable and wonderfully strange collection Jagannath, and stories that have appeared in some of our favorite places like Unstuck, Tor.com, Lightspeed, Strange Horizons.

The prize is $200 and publication in Issue 6. As each issue of The Golden Key is themed to be inspired by some “object” that might come out of the little iron chest in the Grimm Brothers’ “The Golden Key” tale, the winning piece selected by Karin Tidbeck will also set the theme for Issue 6.

There will be a modest entry fee of $5 for one entry, or $7 for two. We’re raising money so that we can pay our future contributors—entry fees are considered donations, and donations are never used for website or site-related costs—editors pay that.

We hope you’ll enter our first contest! You could win $200, your story could be the centerpiece of Issue 6, and you’ll be supporting other writers!

For more contest details, including how to enter, please see: http://www.whatwonderfulthings.net/main/the-golden-key-flash-fiction-open/

The wonderful poster art for the Flash Fiction Open was created by the supremely talented F. Lee. See more of F. Lee’s work here: Portfolio, store, and on Twitter @FleeCentaur. @fleebites