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Posts Tagged ‘flash fiction’

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Writing the Complexity of Happiness: An Interview with Sherrie Flick

“It’s no accident that I do most of my writing at the kitchen table. To me the creative process is manifested in all three things: baking, gardening, writing”: Sherrie Flick talks with Michelle Ross about flash fiction, happy endings, food, and her new collection, Thank Your Lucky Stars, out now from Autumn House Press.


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Curl Up with Some Good Flash Fiction: Stories by Tara L. Masih

Short Story Month wouldn’t be complete without some first-rate flash fiction. This morning, enjoy the following selections by Tara L. Masih, editor of The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction and author of the excellent collection Where the Dog Star Never Glows (Press 53, 2010) and the flash fiction chapbooks Fragile Skins and Tall Grasses. Below are first-line teasers; click on each story title to read (or listen to) the rest. “Dodging Frogs on Blackbird Road,” via Electric Flash (page 25 of the PDF) Never mind hindsight . . . after stretching and straining our bodies in […]




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