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Horror Awaits: A review of Tiny Nightmares

By K Chiucarello

Flash is known for its tricks, the way it sneaks into our subconscious as an ‘easy’ task. Often when I’m…

Going Short: An Invitation to Flash Fiction (An Excerpt)

By Nancy Stohlman

Flash Myth #1: Smaller Is Easier  Let’s debunk Myth #1.  Housed in the Chicago Institute of Art are the Thorne Miniature…

Flash Perspectives: Interview with Tara Masih

By Amy Barnes
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I’ve always thought of flash fiction as conversations where each exchange reveals or obscures, builds layers, introduces intimacy, teaches, grows…

Flash Perspectives with Sian Griffiths

By Fractured Lit
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What are your favorite things to write about? Those topics or items you can’t stop thinking about! Hmmm. Tough question.…

the 2020 fractured lit flash fiction prize shortlist

By Fractured Lit

We’re proud to announce the 22 titles of our shortlist! The submissions we received were fresh, fierce, and so engaging…

A Flash Perspective: Interview with Kim Magowan

By Fractured Lit
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What are your favorite things to write about? Those topics or items you can’t stop thinking about! “Favorite” implies that…

the 2020 fractured lit flash fiction prize longlist

By Fractured Lit

We’re proud to announce the 56 titles of our longlist! The submissions we received were fresh, fierce, and so engaging…

Quarantine Reading with Chelsea Stickle

By Chelsea Stickle

There are collections that are so good that instead of ripping open the packaging they come in and reading until…

Interview with Megan Giddings

By K Chiucarello
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K Chiucarello: First, I want to say congratulations on your recent Paris Review publication. It is such an astounding essay.…

5 Flash About Life’s Beginning & 5 Flash About Life’s End

By Veronica Klash

Stories about endings and stories about beginnings cannot be mutually exclusive. Every ending is a new beginning and every beginning…

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