As we wrap up our 100th issue countdown, let’s take a look at our most recent issues! And don’t forget, you still have until DEC 29 to place your votes for your 2021 favorites in the preliminary ballot for our very first FLASHY AWARDS! (Finalists in each category will be announced at our DEC 30 kaffeeklatsch!)Issue […]
2020 was a tumultuous year, but here at FFO, we kept right on working, bringing you twelve more issues of brief, bold, and beautiful flash fiction! Issue #76 – January’s issue is one of New Year’s resolutions, where the characters in the stories make life-altering decisions. John Wiswell and Rebecca Birch both return in this issue, and Cathy Tenzo* […]
Let’s take a look at our issues from 2019!Issue #64 – January’s issue was another foodie one, with truffles and wine and all sorts of deliciousness dripping from this month’s stories.Issue #65 – February’s stories evoke a strong sense of empathy, calling upon the reader to feel as the characters do, be it sorrow or […]
Time continues its march onward, and we continue our 100th issue countdown with the issues and stories we published in 2018Issue #52 was another New Year’s issue focused on the theme of change and the new phases of life that change brings about.Issue #53 featured stories that excelled in the art of prose and used […]
What did 2017 have in store for FFO? More brief, bold, and beautiful fiction, of course!Issue #40 rang in the new year with stories of contemplation and regret — those “what if?” questions that nag at the heart, including a heartbreaking story by Edward Ashton* about a no-win situation.Issue #41 was another February “love” issue, though these […]
Take a look back with us at the stories that made Flash Fiction Online in 2016!We kicked off the year with Issue#28 and four thought-provoking stories to challenge your perceptions, including a fantasy tale by six-time FFO-published Kelly Sandoval.February’s Issue #29 turned once again to stories of the heart, while Issue #30 peered closer at the strange and unreal, […]
Celebrate with us our 2015 issues of Flash Fiction Online!Issue #16 rang in the new year with three stories about the power of a single action, a single person… a single story. Issue #17 had two new stories that highlighted memorable characters.Issue #18 included the first mini-novel in a series by John Guzlowski* as well as our first story […]
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 […]
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