Tag Archive: Flash Fiction Competition

Leonora Desar Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: ‘Sunday Drives to See My Grandma’ by Leonar Desar

Leonora Desar’s writing can be found or is forthcoming in Passages North, River Styx, SmokeLong Quarterly, Harpur Palate,Hobart, and Quarter After Eight, among others. She recently won third place in River Styx‘s microfiction contest, and was a finalist/runner-up in Quarter After Eight‘s Robert J. DeMott Short Prose…
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TSS portrait Ren Watson Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: ‘Hot Pink’ by Ren Watson

Ren Watson is a scientist and short fiction writer. Her work has appeared in various publications including Brittle Star, The Fiction Desk, Tears in the Fence and The Pygmy Giant. She lives in Manchester where she is working on a…
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Helen Kampfner's winning Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: Mayday, by Helen Kampfner

  Helen Kampfner lives in the Basque Country, where she works as an English teacher. Her short fiction has been placed in various competitions and published in The Pacific Review, The Write Path, Dream Catcher, Gem, Eyelands and the HISSAC anthology….
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Flash Fiction by Chris Stanley on TSS Publishing

Flash Fiction: Parabolas, by Christopher Stanley

Christopher Stanley lives on a hill in England with three sons who share the same birthday but aren’t triplets. He’s been published in Jellyfish Review, The Molotov Cocktail and Firefly Magazine as well as the 2015 and 2016 National Flash Fiction…
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Julia Hartnett, flash fiction on TSS Publishing

Flash Fiction: Burnt Toast, by Julia Hartnett

Julia Hartnett lives on the East Kent coast and divides her time between writing flash fiction and researching her family history. She is a member of the Beach Creative Writing Group – a small band of writers of flash fiction,…
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Christina Dalcher Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: Silent Sex, by Christina Dalcher

Christina Dalcher is a theoretical linguist from the Land of Styron and Barbecue, where she writes, teaches, and channels Shirley Jackson. Recognitions include The Bath Flash Award’s Short List, nominations for Best of the Net and Best Small Fictions, and second…
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