Five tips on how to write flash fiction.
Short fiction from S.R. Mastrantone, Rebecca King and Paul Crenshaw, along with a classic by Margaret Atwood.
Flash fiction markets including Driftwood Review, The Other Publishing Company, and SmokeLong Quarterly.
Featuring sixteen gripping short stories inspired by true events, When We’re Afraid by T.K. Young delves deeply into the psyches of the most heroic and the most damaged among us as its characters struggle to hold their ground against the world’s cruelty.
One again friends, we find ourselves scouring the fictional waters for those rogue waves that rise and up and impress us with the power of their writing. Or, in other words, I’ve posted my favorite flash fiction of the week below. Please give them a good read! Filler, by Anthony Abboreno, at American Short Fiction.…