Champion the short story and its derivatives, Raging Aardvark Publications aims to provide a space for emerging writers to demonstrate to a wider community their talents and to foster positive growth within the writers community for these writers.

Although primarily set up in order to publish CYOA (Choose Your Online Adventures) collaborative projects, Raging Aardvark Publications have expanded into anthologies of short stories, flash fiction and poetry as well as delving into Non-Fiction.

If it's edgy, cheeky or something that lives out on the fringes, then this is the place to submit it.

At the moment we are not accepting unsolicited material. 

Please continue to check the competitions page and submissions pages for future opportunities.

2016 Twisted Tales will be open for submissions from Sat 23rd April to Saturday 4th of June.

People’s Choice Contest through ether books runs between 8th June till  22nd June.

Long List of Flash Fiction and Peoples Choice winner  will be announced on Flash Fiction Day 25th of June.

The top 12 Flash Fiction entries will be announced and celebrated on Saturday 16th of July, 

ebook and printed anthology will be published in November 2016.

We run a few competitions over the year and welcome the input of experienced wordsmiths, who have, themselves entered competitions and understand the angst of waiting for 'the judgement'.

Please submit a 50 word bio and the reason you would like to assist at some point in judging one of our competitions in the COVER LETTER section. 

We look forward to chatting soon!


Submissions from Non-Fiction authors will be considered on an individual basis. 

A basic submission should include:

1. A cover letter,

2. A  blurb (what you would expect to be on the back of the book when its published),

3. A short bio (50 - 70 words)

4. An excerpt (1000 words or less)of the work

in order for feedback or suggestions to be given.

There is no fee, nor promises with this, but every submission will be honoured with feedback.

Authors are advised to have their work professionally proofread and to work with an editor regardless of where they decide to publish their work.

Submissions from Fiction authors will be considered on an individual basis. 

To submit to this form, your work of fiction should be considered as a Novella or Novel. We regularly run competitions for short stories and flash fiction; so please don't submit these here. 

A basic submission should include: 

1. A cover letter,

2. A  blurb (what you would expect to be on the back of the book when its published),

3. A short bio (50 - 70 words)

4. An excerpt (1000 words or less)of the work

in order for feedback or suggestions to be given.

There is no fee, nor promises with this, but every submission will be honoured with feedback.

Authors are advised to have their work professionally proofread and to work with an editor regardless of where they decide to publish their work.