I’ve had a short story that I dearly enjoyed writing. It has been in my proverbial drawer for quite some time. I’ve put off submitting it anywhere, wanting to focus on finishing my novel’s revisions. But this year, I’ve decided to find a home for the story, I’ve titled, “A Hundred Years’ War.” It’s about 1,100 words and sets up a humorous ending.
So my first try will be Metaphysical Circus Press, which held a short story contest for new voices. Originally slated to close in February, I believe, the contest deadline was extended to March 15 due to insufficient quality entries. So today, I’ve submitted my entry and hope that I make the cut.
Wish me luck!