What exactly do you mean by “digital fiction”?
- Inanimate Alice (Flash Fiction) by Kate Pullinger, Chris Joseph, & Andy Campbell
- Queers in Love at the End of the World (Twine Game) by Anna Anthropy
- Bronze, a Fractured Fairy Tale (Inform7 Interactive Fiction) by Emily Short
- Nightingale’s Playground (Flash Fiction/e-Book/3D game) by Andy Campbell & Judi Alston
- The Elevator (Visual Novel) by Cyanide Tea
- Entrances & Exits (App-Fiction/Digital Novel/Mobile Website) by Reif Larsen
How do I submit?
Just use our online submission form.
What kinds of files can I submit?
If your work is already published online (for example, on your website, or on a hosted site like Twitter or YouTube), then you can simply give us the link to view the work. If your work is not currently hosted online, you can submit the files to us either via a cloud storage link (such as a link to a directory in your Dropbox public folder), or upload them as a compressed archive (zip, rar, tar, 7z) using our submission form.
Can I submit an app?
Yes, apps are acceptable as long as they are playable on both iOS and Android systems.
What will I win?
We will have cash prizes of £300 per prize category! In addition, winners will be published here on the Reading Digital Fiction website, as well as a series of mentoring meetings with select judges on a future digital fiction project.
When is the deadline?
The deadline for entries is 15 December 2016.
What are the guidelines?
- The work must be either published online, or in web-ready files, viewable in a web browser on any computer.
- The work must be “born digital”.
- The work must have been developed/completed in 2015-16.
- While the competition is open to all submissions of digital fiction, our aim is to find works that are broadly accessible, both in terms of intended audience and device compatibility.
Who is judging?
See our Competition Judges.
How will my entry be judged?
More to come…
If I win, how will the “mentoring” prize work?
More to come…