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FLIGHT JOURNAL ISSUE 5 – CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

 

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FLIGHT JOURNAL ISSUE 5 – SUBMIT NOW

 

Please note: call for submissions for Issue 5 is now closed! Below is for reference only. We have received a whopping number of stories and can’t wait to bring you flight journal Issue 5! Coming soon.

 

The Flight Associates are as calling on all writers to submit short stories and creative non-fiction writing of no more than 1000 words for Issue 5 of the Flight Journal. Your writing can be about any subject matter, any theme, and in your chosen style (as long as it is fiction and not a play or critical essay, for e.g.) so long as it is no more than 1000 words. The submission is FREE. There is nothing to pay. Furthermore, the chosen contributing writers for Issue 5 will be rewarded with a sum of £25 of payment.

Issue 5 is set to be the most exciting issue yet. Along with amazing stories, it will be packed with featured writers, artists, designers and more, all bringing you an amazing 5th Issue of of the Flight Journal, so get writing!

To view the submission guidelines and to submit your story, please click here.

 

FLIGHT JOURNAL : ISSUE 4

 

 

Flight Journal Issue 4

 

 

Download Flight Journal Issue 4

The Flight Journal Issue 4, edited by Henry Brefo, JJ Bola and Remi-Lyn – the Spread the Word Flight Associates for 2017, is on the theme of SPACE(S). It features the short stories, chosen from many, of the five winning writers; Hermione Cam (A Newcomer’s Guide to Earth), Anthony Ferner (Let’s Play), Ruth Ivo (Spring Time, SW9), Leon Craig (The Starry Chamber), and Christina Fontes (Tale of Mamiwata). The editors chose the overall winning story as The Starry Chamber by Leon Craig.

Issue 4 also includes a featured piece of writing from writer and poet Anthony Anaxagorou, and photographer and cinematographer Jolade Olusanya. We gave them the theme of SPACE(S), open for them to interpret as they wish, and for them to contribute, in their respective art forms, pieces of work that corresponds. We then aligned them with the existing pieces that appear in the issue. You can read more about this in the editorial.

We hope you enjoy reading Flight Journal Issue 4. It has been a creative challenge putting it together, but a lot of fun in the process. We’d like to thank all the contributors, and of course, Spread the Word for providing the platform. Please feel free to share the journal among your network, social media, friends and family. And give us feedback on what you liked via our contact page.

From the Flight Associates 2017,

Henry Brefo, JJ Bola and Remi-Lyn