Flash fiction

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THE INTERNATIONAL FLASH FICTION COMPETITION

“Museum of Words” First Prize: $ 20,000 Second, Third and Fourth Prizes: $ 1,000 The Third Edition of the International Award for “Museum of Words” Microfiction has opened. Writers from anywhere in the world

FLASH FICTION: ‘INTENSE, URGENT AND A LITTLE EXPLOSIVE’

Flash fiction – very short, bite-sized stories – has become the favourite form of many writers. It’s succinct, punchy and effective – perfect for the online reader and perfectly in synch with the times, writes DECLAN BURKE LESS HAS always been more in the writing of fiction, but “flash fiction” takes the concept to a … Continue reading

FLASH FICTION: ALL I WANTED WAS A DRINK

I knew that finding those women who hawked drinks and sausage roll at this time of the night was going to be a difficult task. Most of them closed after the evening rush hour traffic. The weight of my laptop bag firmly strapped to my back slowed me down as I dragged myself through the … Continue reading

FLASH FICTION: UNTITLED

Let me tell you a story… a dark tale of regret, it all starts with an heartbreak…. and it ends with one also… the story is in-between… She woke up crying in the dark, the room was unfamiliar, the faces were strange, but the feeling was old…. regret was her best friend… She stood and … Continue reading