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Short story writers, if you would like to be considered for Mini Shots, short stories need to be roughly from 1900 - 2500 words. Genre and theme is open, but please only send your very best writing - stuff that is fresh, innovative and captivating. Vignette Press are interested in proposals for collections or publishing ideas that are a little off-the-wall or experimental, whether it’s printed, online or mixed-media.

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Experimental, Literary.
TypeLength Details
Short Story Short Story1,900 - 2,500 words.
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Last Updated: 22 Aug 2020
Date Added: 28 Aug 2007

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