LONGLIST Fish Flash Fiction Prize 2013

317 flash stories longlisted
(1,407 submitted in total)

Short Time adrienne hurgeton
The Sensei Agnes Van Zyl-Pandur
A Girl and a Vineyard are Hard to Guard Agnes Van Zyl-Pandur
Siren Song. Alan Keogh
Silence Alex Bruty
Falling Down Alexandra Grey
Two Birds, One Stone Alexandria Radogna
On the Buses Alice Nuttall
Kelp Alicia Bowes
The Boy with Clown Feet Alison Clibbens
Clown Amanda O’Callaghan
Mama, I Was Nine Amber Bruce
TUNDRA Amy Louise Meguira
The Linoleum Man Andrea Davies
Secret Maneouvres Andrea Hughes
Bed Head Andrea Hughes
Elements of a Truncated Genealogy Angela Rojter
Elements of a Truncated Genealogy Angela Rojter
The Intruder Ann Groves
Nothing to declare Anne-Marie Hoeve
Immaculate Anne-Marie Hoeve
Gourmet Grub Annette Renner
On Prestatyn Sands Annie Kilmartin
Space Anniken Blomberg
Twitch Switch anthony powers
house afire Ashley Kunsa
Phoenix Ashley Zhou
Clean Averil Meehan
LOSS Barbara Bridger
Pea in a Pod Barbara Unkovic
Knock, knock Barbara Unkovic
The Long Wait Barbara Unkovic
All Tangled Up Barry North
LEOPARD Beda HIggins
Excuse me Bev Clark
Bruised Legs Bev Smith
The Cellist Bina Shah
Lucky Bob Thurber
The tin Bonny Westmore
Spring feeling Bonny Westmore
Banks ? … No Thanks Breda Nathan
GAIA Brian Luby
GAIA Brian Luby
GAIA Brian Luby
Going Home Bridget O’Hanlon
Clouds Bronwen Griffiths
The Great Debate Bruce Stirling
The Duel Bryan Collins
Bodied Caedra Scott-Flaherty
Week Six Caitlin O’Connell
Modern Perceptions Carlie Lee
Pierced Carmel Lillis
The wooden spoon carmela chaill
Ruminant Carol Caffrey
Requiem for a Risen King (Who Spies the Globe Theatre) Caroline Greene
So, I get this voicemail from the wife. Cassie Gonzales
Hoarse Chesnut Cat Totty
Traffic Catherine Arra
First Communion Catherine Hannken
Elmina Catherine Watkins
Detoxification Cathriona Slammon
The Tutor Cathy Lennon
Aftermath Cathy Leonard
Clearing Hurdles Christina Eagles
The Club Christina Sanders
Attack on Central City Christopher Allen
The Mercy of a Stranger Ciara Ryan Harte
Rocky Claire Brown
Kaboom! Colin Hopkins
Old School Colin Watts
Spaghetti and Meat Balls Colin Watts
Getting the Wires Crossed Cynthia Hyde
Blanc Bling Cynthia Hyde
High Impact/Low Probability Dale Ritterbusch
My Shoes Daniel Smith
Resurrection Danielle McLaughlin
“Keeper of the Gloom” David Bayless
Debts David Fanthorpe
The Cop and the Kid David Hardy
CHANNEL 566 David Lipowski
Unsaid David McGrath
They’re On Your Head, Stupid David Salter
Best Taken With a Pinch of Salt Dawn Anderson
The Gathering Dawn Lowe
Human Jam Dean Poland
Virtue Deanna Ludwin
Actions Deborah Todd
Patty Walsh 1921-1985 Dennis Pells
Shoe, shoe, shoe recurring Don Wells
The Man and the Moon Dor Tabi
Birth: Truth-Telling E.M. Killaley
Birds in the Sky E.M. Killaley
Flying Elaine Donnelly
Redundancy Elinor Lobban
Into the Hornets’ Nest Elisheva Stanton
Lenten Sacrifice eliza homan
Flying Steerage Elizabeth Simpson
Stairs Ellen Barr
Mirror Cuts Ellen Kelly
An Unusual Morning Emilia Rudzinska
Misadventure Emily Pease
Birthday Emily Pease
Hog Killing Emily Pease
Now I Know Hector Emma Ignaszewski
Status Update Emma Lindsay
Badger Emmaleene Leahy
Deeply Regretted Eoin Devereux
SCRUFF Eric Weber
And Then Nothing Erik Lofroth
Anxious Moments Esme Hillis
Letters to Santa Esther Newton
Look back Eva Holland
Improper use Eva Holland
Memory in Morning Evan Daly
The Small Stuff Fiona Carey
IN A POCKET Fiona Clark Echlin
View From the Bridge Fiona Drury
The Tax Collector Fiona Whyte
Moose Fiora Elbers-tibbitts
Where’s the last stop? Frances Keane
The Cat’s Meow Frances Kenny
TOUGH to LOVE Frances Kenny
Samuel’s Cup Frances Spies
Livelong Franco Alonso
Scanned Franco Alonso
Within a Whisker Frank Woods
Naked Truth Frank Woods
Now Hear the Word of the Lord Frank Woods
I’m a celebrity gladiator; Get me out of the arena Gareth Wood
Chance Corner Gavin Eyers
Champagne Geraldine Clarkson
Union Geraldine Clarkson
The Ferryman’s Wife George Keithley
Malicious Intent Gerry Norton
Autumn Gillian Haigh
Battle Gillian Haigh
New rules Gregory Jackson
There for the races Hannah Shepard
Accounting Error Harold m
Famished Heather Herrman
Tipping-Point Helen Holmes
The Last Tooth Henrietta McKervey
Oldie Herbert DaCosta
One Last Family Tradition Herbert Lindee
Number Five Holly Bruce
Escape Velocity Ian Jones
A perfect couple Ilaria Mirabile
London Blue iris ansell
The Model Ship Isabel Roper
Lunch in the library islwyn williams
Bullyboys islwyn williams
The Performance J. Kirsch
His Perfect Planet Jack Timlin
Flash Gordon vs Herr Death Jacqueline Henry
Flurry Jacqueline Winn
A Long Distance Affair Jacqueline Winn
Jack Jacqui Halpin
Her day Jamie Walters
The Sermon Jane French
The Cat Rescuer Jane Kim
Wash Days Are Saturdays Jane Roberts
Credit Crunch Jay Arnott
There, By the Sea Jean Coulombre
Express Jennifer Burke
Rasputin’s Dog Jessica Argyle
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Gertrude Stein? Jessica Argyle
How You Helped Kill Me Early Jessica Felleman
Hunter Jo Dale
Blue-Eyed Boy Joan Conran
The Find of a Lifetime Joanna Bury
The Wasp Next Door Joanne Leonard
A Silent Prayer of Hope Joe Baxter
Incident On A Windswept Hill joe kilgore
Da’s Belt Joe Walsh
Michael John Hogan
The V-word John Karter
The Truck Story John Keefe
Last Flight John Robinson
The Belfast Train John Walshe
Looking Normal Jonathan McCabe
Confirmation Jonathan O’Brien
Rocks along the track Jonathan O’Brien
Party Joy Manne
Machinations Jude
Ida Sucks Jude Higgins
Late Call Judith Panny
Only Once? Judith Panny
Beans on Toast Judy Binning
Rue Julianna Holland
Broken Toys Julie Duffy
Rain Kalysta Strauss
Death or Escape Kalysta Strauss
Final Flash Kane Niwa
Imagine This… Kara Wickwire
Wall Karen Ashe
Giving It All Away Karen Hart
The Bathroom Karen Hollands
Nativity Play Kate Allan
It’s just a fucking Painting Kate Brown
The cane Kath O’Sullivan
Today I Confessed to Murder Kati Bumbera
No. Katie Zeigler
Killing Kay Cotton
Erasmus Darwin, Frail and Studious, Has an Opium Dream of the Future Ken Taylor
Preschool Ken Taylor
Another Coffee Kevlin Henney
Lists Khiara Ortiz
Lovebirds Kieran Lyons
Lighten Kieran Lyons
What Astronauts Do in Their Spare Time Kim Schroeder
Split Decisions Klara Flynn
Peach Stones KM Elkes
Jennifer’s Piano KM Elkes
Sisyphus And The Black Holes KM Elkes
Transportation kris fletcher
What I Thought I Would Have Done Kristi-Ly Green
Nature Lover kristine simelda
Mustard Heart L.A. Craig
The Sober Reality Laurie Duniam
Love with a Side of Butterscotch Lee Reilly
The First Time Lee Sheridan
Shards Lesley H
At the edge of the bed Lewis Harrison
Role Reversal Liam Kelly
The Boiler Man Linda Foster
Their Love Linda Moser
In Darien Linda Rathburn
Dexter’s Lover Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn
The First Rule Lindsey McLeod
Knots Lisa Derrick
Missed Call Lori Schafer
Old Colonel Loris Clements
Sweet Revenge Lorna Cooper
Bone Louisa Scott
Hirsute Economics Louise Cole
Transfusion Lucho Payne
Food, Booze, Sex and Sorrow Lucho Payne
She waves Lucy Montague Moffatt
Tiny Bellows Luke Temple
Weed Lynn Blair
The Lost Art of Victorian Hairwork Lynne Beckenstein
Blood bond M Gethins
Nudge M Gethins
The Age of Sleeplessness Mai Nardone
Birch Mandy de Waal
Unclaimed Mandy de Waal
Sins of the Heart Mandy de Waal
Home Mandy de Waal
Little The Penguin manly banister
Sippin’ the Blood o’ God Almighty Margaret Sinclair
Every Dog Has Its Day Margaret Sinclair
A Wee Pink Shirt an’ All Margaret Sinclair
No Second Chance Margaret thomson
Exit Plan Margaret Wimberley
Big Issues Margie Wilson
Locked In Maria Powell
‘We’ Mark Arnold
The Tourist Mark Arnold
The Spider Mark Arnold
Chasing Tomorrow Mark Arnold
Those Lucky Nick Nacks Mark Fiddes
Streethearts Mary Moorkens
All those special days Matthew Nicholls
Drawn to flaws maureen flynn
Bird Megan Kaiser
The First Michael Barrett
Devil on the Dashboard Michael Griffin
MAX / VANESSA / AMY Michael Morrissey
The Snow Garden Michael Packman
Public Enemy Michael Wells
Window Dressing Michael Wilson
Three Inches Of Skin Michelle Allford
Night-time Sonata michelle brock
Aquinas, Acid and Me Michelle Elvy
Snapper: A New Zealand Love Story Michelle Elvy
The digger Miranda Galloway
THE RAMA’S REVENGE mirian bethancourt
She Was Dying Myra Sherman
Max Nancy Ludmerer
The Last one Natalie Tompkins
On Ludlow and Rivington Nathan Senge
The Eagle, The Earth And The Dawn Nerryn Bennett
Try again later Niall Herriott
Break the Cycle Niamh O’Sullivan
Thirteen Niamh O’Sullivan
Amerikana Dreaming Nikita Nelin
Crocodile Nikolaj Volgushev
His Majesty Noreen Hyde
The Flying Man P.A. Jackson
The Last Time at 83 Pam Poole
Memory Pamela Medcalf
Many Worlds Panayotis Pakos
Empty Spaces Patricia Cunningham
The Auld Fella Patricia Demery
some mythology patricia kim
The Chair Patrick Lynch
X-mas Patrick Seaman
The Beard Paul Bassett Davies
Happiness Paul Currion
Tomorrow Paul Downton
The Bungee Bird Paul Ennis
A Quiet Night In Paul Ennis
Redemption Paul Michel
Nether land Paula Catherine Taylor
Where have you been? Pauline Slater
The Death Of Poetry Peter Findlay
Like Ink Into Water Peter Herring
Edinburgh Contradictions Peter Jump
Sweet Dreams Peter Williams
Getting a nose for writing Phil Carter
And So To Bed Phyllida Clarke
Binding Light Pina Musto
Leaf Polina Shipkova
Control Rachael Dunlop
Dark Spaces Rachel Adair
Sleepwalking Rachel Altizio
Her Story of Us Rachel Lee Glass
Homeland Rahul Paul
The Last battle Ranjit Bhaskar
The Fear of Creation Myths Rebecca Gimblett
Den Pirazi Rebecca Hall
White Girls 101 Rhiana Perry
The Singing Group Rhoda Greaves
The C-Word Riba Taylor
Baited Breath Richard Lutman
CHANNEL LOVE Robert Perchan
The Best Defence Robert Thayer
Complex Equations Romi Jones
The favourite daughter Rosalynn Lewis
The Last Straw Rosie Cullen
The Cycle of Life Ruby Speechley
Mistaken Ruby Speechley
The Madman Safia Shah
Cronbach’s Alpha Sally McGuire
Awake at Swallow Bay Sandra Lloyd
Sloe Gin For Christmas Sarah Baxter
A Touch of Glamour Sarah Garford
Council flat living Sarah Rice
Ink Sarah Sayed
Checkmate Saskia Christ
Life will grow again Scarlett Amber
The Dream Sean W Murphy
Timeless Shape-shifter Shana Thornton
Moments Shannon O’Reilly
Ode to a Nightmare Nurse Sharon Boyle
A Routine of Small Delights and Irritations Sheena Cook
I Already Knew my Next Victim Sheila Hooks
Freedom Sheila Llewellyn
The Staircase Shenaya Chinoy
The Inheritance sian hughes
The Treatment Simon Lewis
My word, my bond Simon Stott
Anchorhold Sinead O’Hart
The Toaster Sinead Gillett
Food Stella Turner
Imprint Stephanie Scott
Home Stephanie Scott
We Must Do Something about Dad Stephen Pullman
Papa and Pussy stevan rimkus
The Gallic War Steven Wolfe
Last Innings Sue Banister
In the Dead of Night Susan Fixter
Out of Sight Susan Howe
The Gift Susan Thomson
The incredible Rubber Man Suzanne O’Sullivan
Addiction Sylvia Jobar
One for the Road Sylvia Young
Just As I Am Talya Boerner
Soon Again There Would Be Dancing Ted Sheehy
Soon Again There Would Be Dancing Ted Sheehy
Entrepreneurship 101 Terraka Jones
If They Would Let Me Theresa Coulter
It happens Thomas Elliott
The End tim briggs
Trespasser Tom Scruton
Culinary Graduation Tony Beet
Ninotchka Tony Tysoe
I noticed Tracey Jennings
The Voice trish leake
The Gloryhole trish leake
Veneers Ursula Mallows
Death Rehearsal Ute Carson
Lost Balls Veronica Bright
Away with the fairies Veronica Bright
Virginia Beach Victoria Kelly
A Ride to the Forest Vito Racanelli
Nowhere Wendy Ann Greenhalgh
Footprints Xenia Meath
No, Jeff, No Yael Nussbaum
Thank-you. zena ladd-whiting

Fish Books

Fish Anthology 2023

Fish Anthology 2023

… a showcase of disquiet, tension, subversion and surprise …
so many skilled pieces … gem-like, compressed and glinting, little worlds in entirety that refracted life and ideas … What a joy!
– Sarah Hall

… memoirs pinpointing precise
feelings of loss and longing and desire.
– Sean Lusk

What a pleasure to watch these poets’ minds at work, guiding us this way and that.
– Billy Collins


Fish Anthology 2022

‘… delightful, lively send-up … A vivid imagination is at play here, and a fine frenzy is the result.’ – Billy Collins
‘… laying frames of scenic detail to compose a lyric collage … enticing … resonates compellingly. … explosive off-screen drama arises through subtly-selected detail. Sharp, clever, economical, tongue-in-cheek.’ – Tracey Slaughter

Fish Anthology 2021

Fish Anthology 2021

Brave stories of danger and heart and sincerity.
Some risk everything outright, some are desperately quiet, but their intensity lies in what is unsaid and off the page.
These are brilliant pieces from bright, new voices.
A thrill to read.
~ Emily Ruskovich

Fish Anthology 2020

Fish Anthology 2020

I could see great stretches of imagination. I saw experimentation. I saw novelty with voice and style. I saw sentences that embraced both meaning and music. ~ Colum McCann


Fish Anthology 2019

These glorious pieces have spun across the globe – pit-stopping in Japan, the Aussie outback, Vancouver, Paris, Amsterdam and our own Hibernian shores – traversing times past, present and imagined future as deftly as they mine the secret tunnels of the human heart. Enjoy the cavalcade. – Mia Gallagher

Fish Anthology 2019

Fish Anthology 2018

The standard is high, in terms of the emotional impact these writers managed to wring from just a few pages. – Billy O’Callaghan

Loop-de-loopy, fizz, and dazzle … unique and compelling—compressed, expansive, and surprising. – Sherrie Flick

Every page oozes with a sense of place and time. – Marti Leimbach

Energetic, dense with detail … engages us in the act of seeing, reminds us that attention is itself a form of praise. – Ellen Bass

Fish Anthology 2017

Fish Anthology 2017

Dead Souls has the magic surplus of meaning that characterises fine examples of the form – Neel Mukherjee
I was looking for terrific writing of course – something Fish attracts in spades, and I was richly rewarded right across the spectrum – Vanessa Gebbie
Really excellent – skilfully woven – Chris Stewart
Remarkable – Jo Shapcott


Fish Anthology 2016

The practitioners of the art of brevity and super-brevity whose work is in this book have mastered the skills and distilled and double-distilled their work like the finest whiskey.

Sunrise Sunset by Tina Pisco

Sunrise Sunset

€12  (incl. p&p)   Sunrise Sunset by Tina Pisco Read Irish Times review by Claire Looby Surreal, sad, zany, funny, Tina Pisco’s stories are drawn from gritty experience as much as the swirling clouds of the imagination.  An astute, empathetic, sometimes savage observer, she brings her characters to life. They dance themselves onto the pages, […]

Fish Anthology 2015

Fish Anthology 2015

How do we transform personal experience of pain into literature? How do we create and then chisel away at those images of others, of loss, of suffering, of unspeakable helplessness so that they become works of art that aim for a shared humanity? The pieces selected here seem to prompt all these questions and the best of them offer some great answers.
– Carmen Bugan.

Fish Anthology 2014

Fish Anthology 2014

What a high standard all round – of craft, imagination and originality: and what a wide range of feeling and vision.
Ruth Padel

I was struck by how funny many of the stories are, several of them joyously so – they are madcap and eccentric and great fun. Others – despite restrained and elegant prose – managed to be devastating. All of them are the work of writers with talent.
Claire Kilroy

Fish Anthology 2013

Fish Anthology 2013

The writing comes first, the bottom line comes last. And sandwiched between is an eye for the innovative, the inventive and the extraordinary.


Fish Anthology 2012

A new collection from around the globe: innovative, exciting, invigorating work from the writers and poets who will be making waves for some time to come. David Mitchell, Michael Collins, David Shields and Billy Collins selected the stories, flash fiction, memoirs and poems in this anthology.


Fish Anthology 2011

Reading the one page stories I was a little dazzled, and disappointed that I couldn’t give the prize to everybody. It’s such a tight format, every word must count, every punctuation mark. ‘The Long Wet Grass’ is a masterly bit of story telling … I still can’t get it out of my mind.
– Chris Stewart


Fish Anthology 2010

The perfectly achieved story transcends the limitations of space with profundity and insight. What I look for in fiction, of whatever length, is authenticity and intensity of feeling. I demand to be moved, to be transported, to be introduced into other lives. The stories I have selected for this anthology have managed this. – Ronan Bennett, Short Story Judge.


Fish Anthology 2009 – Ten Pint Ted

I sing those who are published here – they have done a very fine job. It is difficult to create from dust, which is what writers do. It is an honour to have read your work. – Colum McCann


Fish Anthology 2008 – Harlem River Blues

The entries into this year’s Fish Short Story Prize were universally strong. From these the judges have selected winners, we believe, of exceptional virtue. – Carlo Gebler


Fish Anthology 2007

I was amazed and delighted at the range and quality of these stories. Every one of them was interesting, well-written, beautifully crafted and, as a short-story must, every one of them focused my attention on that very curtailed tableau which a short-story necessarily sets before us. – Michael Collins


Fish Anthology 2006 – Grandmother, Girl, Wolf and Other Stories

These stories voice all that is vibrant about the form. – Gerard Donovan. Very short stories pack a poetic punch. Each of these holds its own surprise, or two. Dive into these seemingly small worlds. You’ll come up anew. – Angela Jane Fountas


All the King’s Horses – Anthology of Historical Short Stories

Each of the pieces here has been chosen for its excellence. They are a delightfully varied assortment. More than usual for an anthology, this is a compendium of all the different ways that fiction can succeed. I invite you to turn to ‘All the King’s Horses’. The past is here. Begin.
– Michel Faber


Fish Anthology 2005 – The Mountains of Mars and Other Stories

Literary anthologies, especially of new work, act as a kind of indicator to a society’s concerns. This Short Story collection, such a sharp and useful enterprise, goes beyond that. Its internationality demonstrates how our concerns are held in common across the globe. – Frank Delaney


Fish Anthology 2004 – Spoonface and Other Stories

From the daily routine of a career in ‘Spoonface’, to the powerful, recurring image of a freezer in ‘Shadow Lives’. It was the remarkable focus on the ordinary that made these Fish short stories such a pleasure to read. – Hugo Hamilton


Feathers & Cigarettes

In a world where twenty screens of bullshit seem to be revolving without respite … there is nothing that can surpass the ‘explosion of art’ and its obstinate insistence on making sense of things. These dedicated scribes, as though some secret society, heroically, humbly, are espousing a noble cause.
– Pat McCabe


Franklin’s Grace

It’s supposed to be a short form, the good story, but it has about it a largeness I love. There is something to admire in all these tales, these strange, insistent invention. They take place in a rich and satisfying mixture of places, countries of the mind and heart. – Christopher Hope


Asylum 1928

There are fine stories in this new anthology, some small and intimate, some reaching out through the personal for a wider, more universal perspective, wishing to tell a story – grand, simple, complex or everyday, wishing to engage you the reader. – Kate O’Riodan


Five O’Clock Shadow

I feel like issuing a health warning with this Fish Anthology ­ these stories may seriously damage your outlook – Here the writers view the world in their unique way, and have the imagination, talent, and the courage to refine it into that most surprising of all art forms ­ the short story. – Clem Cairns.


From the Bering Strait

Every story in this book makes its own original way in the world. knowing which are the telling moments, and showing them to us. And as the narrator of the winning story casually remarks, ‘Sometimes its the small things that amaze me’ – Molly McCloskey


Scrap Magic

The stories here possess the difference, the quirkiness and the spark. They follow their own road and their own ideas their own way. It is a valuable quality which makes this collection a varied one. Read it, I hope you say to yourself like I did on many occasions, ‘That’s deadly. How did they think of that?’ – Eamonn Sweeney


Dog Day

Really good short stories like these, don’t read like they were written. They read like they simply grew on the page. – Joseph O’Connor


The Stranger

The writers in this collection can write short stories . . . their quality is the only thing they have in common. – Roddy Doyle


The Fish Garden

This is the first volume of short stories from Ireland’s newest publishing house. We are proud that fish has enabled 15 budding new writers be published in this anthology, and I look forward to seeing many of them in print again.


12 Miles Out – a novel by Nick Wright

12 Miles Out was selected by David Mitchell as the winner of the Fish Unpublished Novel Award.
A love story, thriller and historical novel; funny and sad, uplifting and enlightening.


Altergeist – a novel by Tim Booth

You only know who you can’t trust. You can’t trust the law, because there’s none in New Ireland. You can’t trust the Church, because they think they’re the law. And you can’t trust the State, because they think they’re the Church And most of all, you can’t trust your friends, because you can’t remember who they were anymore.


Small City Blues numbers 1 to 51 – a novel by Martin Kelleher

A memoir of urban life, chronicled through its central character, Mackey. From momentary reflections to stories about his break with childhood and adolescence, the early introduction to the Big World, the discovery of romance and then love, the powerlessness of ordinary people, the weaknesses that end in disappointment and the strengths that help them seek redemption and belonging.


The Woman Who Swallowed the Book of Kells – Collection of Short Stories by Ian Wild

Ian Wild’s stories mix Monty Python with Hammer Horror, and the Beatles with Shakespeare, but his anarchic style and sense of humour remain very much his own in this collection of tall tales from another planet. Where else would you find vengeful organs, the inside story of Eleanor Rigby, mobile moustaches, and Vikings looting a Cork City branch of Abracababra?


News & Articles

Poetry Prize 2024: Results

15th May 2024
  Winners Short-list Long-list     Here are the winners of the Fish Poetry Prize 2024, selected by Billy Collins, to be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. Below you will find short biographies of the winners and the Long and Short Lists. From all of us at Fish we congratulate the poets whose poems […]

Short Story Prize 2023/24: RESULTS

10th April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   On behalf of all of us at Fish, congratulations to all of you who made the long and the short-lists.  Apologies for the delay in this announcement. The 10 winners will be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. The launch will be during the West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, Ireland – […]

Flash Fiction Prize 2024: RESULTS

10th April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   From all of us at Fish, thank you for entering your flashes. Congratulations to the writers who  were short or long-listed, and in particular to the 11 winners whose flash stories will be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. The launch will be during the West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, Ireland […]

Short Memoir Prize 2024: RESULTS

1st April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   On behalf of all of us at Fish, we congratulate the 10 winners who’s memoir made it into the Fish Anthology 2024 (due to be launched in July ’24 at the West Cork Literary Festival), and to those writers who made the long and short-lists, well done too.  Thank you to Sean […]

Launch of the Fish Anthology 2023

12th July 2023
Tuesday 11th July saw the launch of the 2023 Anthology in the Maritime Hotel, Bantry. Nineteen of the fourty authors published in the anthology were there to read from their piece, travelling from Australia, USA and from all corners of Europe.             Read about the Anthology More photos of the […]

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