Word Journey Flash Fiction

Posted on Sep 21, 2018

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Flash Fiction: A self-contained story (beginning/middle/end), 1,500 words or less, that can entertain, intrigue, and satisfy a reader. Seems easy enough, right? But, there’s a lot more to it than you might think!

Part poetry, part narrative, Flash Fiction (also known as “sudden fiction,” “micro fiction,” “short short stories,” and “quick fiction”) is a genre that is deceptively complex. Distilling experience into just a few pages, forces writers and readers to pay close attention to every loaded conversation, every cruel action, every tender gesture, and every last syllable in every single word.

Click below to enjoy the fruit of our writers’ labor!

“How NOT to Impress a Teenage Girl” by Christopher Seedorff

“A Flower” by April Clawson

“Santa’s Little Helper” by Elizabeth Clawson

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