We’ve got some amazingly talented volunteers working here behind the scenes at Flash Fiction Online, and we’d like to take this opportunity to share with you some of their accomplishments from these past few months, as well as some projects to keep an eye out for!If you like what we publish at FFO, chances are […]
13 Fundamental Tips for Writing Flash Fiction. Because writing a story in 500-1000 words ain’t no easy task!
When it comes to writing, behaving badly is a giant no-no. If you know me, you know that burning things is one of my fortes, mostly effigies of my mortal enemies who just so happen to be Pro-Wrestlers. All of them. Burning bridges, though, is a big no-no. Metaphorically speaking. You weirdo. So what does […]
I’ve been reading a lot of slush this past month. Mountains of it, really. So much slush that I have imprints of the little yes/no/maybe buttons burned indelibly into the inside of my eyelids so I can see them staring back at me even in my sleep. That’s a whole lot of slush. But the […]
By Jake Freivald Jake here. I founded Flash Fiction Online in December of 2007. Flash fiction itself was just gaining steam, and it looked like there was an opportunity for a professional market dedicated to flash. I’m happy that we — me, yes, but alongside a team of volunteers who rallied around the concept — […]
The Flash Fiction Online editorial staff members are generally writers, too. Occasionally FFO lets them beat their own drums, and so they will–without a hint of embarrassment. As this information rolls in for the 2012 publishing season from the editors and slush pile readers, I’ll update this post. Here is the present information, including publications […]