november, 2020

01nov1:00 am12:00 amFree to enter!Flash fiction challenge: Visioning a Better World Beyond the PandemicInternational Entry Fee: Free ,
Max word count: 1,250 ,
Top Prize: €300 ,

Top Prize

€300

Max word count

1,250

Entry Fee

Free

2020 Flash fiction challenge

Event Details

The covid-19 pandemic, which has affected communities around the world, has proven that, when deemed necessary, the governing powers can implement massive changes to our day-to-day realities in a matter of hours.

So what could life on earth look like after this global event? What possibilities have been unleashed?

We at Systems Change Alliance are inviting you to put pen to paper, fingers to the keyboard, to envision how our societies might evolve in the months and years beyond covid-19.

In your flash fiction piece, give us a snapshot into a post-pandemic world in which a shift towards positive systems change has occurred and a new paradigm is established or unfolding.

While we know this is a challenging time and theme, we want to remain solution-focused. For this reason, we are not looking for a depressing or dystopian take on the post-pandemic reality.

We are looking for an original take on ideas that underpin the vision of Systems Change Alliance, those of economic democracy, ecological sustainability, resilient communities, equality and spiritual values.

Your story will be fresh, vivid, engaging, inspiring and convincing and will bring hope to a global population burdened by this microscopic yet colossal threat.

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