Join us over the next 12 days in taking a look at our 2014 issues!
Issue #4 featured three strange and squeamish stories by authors Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, HL Fullerton, and Katherine Crighton, all of whom we interviewed for our 2022 Super Subscriber-exclusive content!
How squeamish are these stories? See for yourself in our very first Reading Series video, “Your Hand in Mine, We’ll Be All Right” by Katherine Crighton.
Issue #5 brought some lighter stories to the table as, with many of our February issues, we focus on love and relationships.
Issue #6 was a grab bag of sorts, with time travel, heartache, and a fairytale retelling by Charity Tahmaseb, whose short story collection, “Here’s How We Survive: The (Love) Stories for 2020″ is one of the selections available as a bonus ebook choice for our 2022 Super Subscribers.
Issue #9 includes just two stories (one by six-time FFO author Kelly Sandoval, whose interview will be sent to 2022 Super Subscribers on Oct 2), but those interested in a bit more about the history and origins of Flash Fiction Online may enjoy that 2014 interview with former Editor-in-Chief Suzanne W Vincent and current Publisher Anna Yeatts.
Check out Issue #11 for Alison McBain‘s “On the Fly;” 2022 Super Subscribers who get her interview in their inbox on Oct 4 will have a chance to read her writing advice and find out if she believes in aliens. Also in this issue is Ashe Thurman, who will be joining our virtual kaffeeklatsch on October 8!
Issue #12 tackles some tough topics with stories that are still timely today, while Issue #13 is filled with tales that twist and turn in unexpected directions, and Issue #14 takes a close look at death through the lenses of sci-fi and fantasy.
Finally, Flash Fiction Online wrapped up 2014 with Issue #15, including a holiday tale by Kate Heartfield, another participant in our 2022 Super Subscriber interviews (hers goes out Oct 8) and our upcoming kaffeeklatsch!