Urban legends are living in the invisible and powerful soul of every city. In this esoteric place, one can discover lodging together kind beings or ruthless monsters. London is a great metropolis, thus within it hides deep layers – stories, secrets, and torments. Demons, mythical beings, and legends are sleeping in the murkiness of our city. From the tunnels and galleries, many red eyes are lurking at us with voracious cravings. Whether you wish to write about an urban legend in your city, or an imagined one, The Wells Street Journal would love to hear from you!
Accepting submissions until 16th October, 2020 at 1PM GMT.
Non-Fiction Short Story
Flash Fiction Poetry
Your piece of writing should be based on the given theme.
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Short stories and creative non-fiction pieces should be no longer than 2,000 words, whereas any work of flash fiction or poetry should remain under 1,000 words.
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