Flash is the world’s leading journal of quality flash fiction and reviews of up to 360 words. It is edited by Peter Blair and Ashley Chantler. Flash aims to include stories told from all angles and by writers hailing from all points of the compass. Flash is biannual. Subscribers receive two copies per year, published April and October. Flash is published as an A5-sized book.
Short stories, essays, flash and poetry will only be accepted by writers who have learned or acquired the English language after being fluent in another language and within an open call for submissions. Reviews, interviews, and profiles focusing on ESL writers are welcome year-round by writers of all linguistic backgrounds. Art submissions are accepted within an open call for submissions only.Unsurprisingly, Flash Fiction Magazine champions original, creative and engaging works of fiction, which run between 300-1000 words in their entirety. The stories can be of any genre but the emphasis should be placed on a complete story, where there is conflict and character development. If 1000 words isn’t restrictive enough, and you prefer your flash even more punchy, then maybe FFM’s.The Sunlight Press considers submissions within the following categories: Personal Essays (Nonfiction): 750-1,000 words; Fiction: Includes flash fiction and short stories. Under 1,000 words for flash fiction; under 2,000 words for short stories; Poetry: Up to five poems in one submission; Reviews: Review of books, short story collections, and essay collections; 750-1,000 words; Artists on.
West Texas Literary Review seeks poems, essays, flash fiction, and photographs that bring value to the page. We want work that is thoughtful, deliberate, and authentic. We want work that is concrete and direct, and can justify its own existence. Think of poets like William Carlos Williams, Anne Sexton, and Nikki Giovanni. Think of essayists like George Orwell. Think of short story writers like.
Fiction Attic Press accepts submissions of flash fiction, short stories, and personal essays. If we accept your story, we will publish it on the Fiction Attic website (fictionattic.com) and on Fiction Attic Medium. We seek to give your work the widest possible readership and to link to your website, social media, or Medium account. Your submission may also be considered for publication in a.
Refunds cannot be given for incorrect submissions. Information about how to submit to our contests can be found here, and also below. Thanks for your interest! Submit to F(r)iction Series. F(r)iction Log. Guidelines Categories accepted: Book and literary journal reviews: 500 words is preferred, but up to 1,000 words will be considered Personal or critical essays on the books, movies, TV shows.
Flash Fiction; Nonfiction. Essay; Flash Nonfiction; Poetry; In Conversation; Surprise Me! Submit. Submission Guidelines; Call for Submissions; Support Us; About. Our Mission; Our Writers; That's Us; Get Involved; News; Archive; Call for Submissions Submit now! Share your short stories, essays, flash and poetry from April 13 to June 12, 2020 with us to be considered for our Fall '20 issue! Don.
Whether you call it micro-memoir or flash nonfiction, stories about real life told in the compressed form of flash fiction (or is it prose poetry?) are soaring in popularity for readers and writers. And if you’re anything like me, you might be wondering where to scatter your latest slivers of tiny truth, cold and dear like creek pebbles. Well, look no further pebble-seekers, here’s a handy.
Flash Fiction The ideal length for Flash Fiction submissions is about 500 to 750 words, but pieces up to 1500 words may be submitted in this category. Remember that Flash Fiction is not the same as “vignette;” even very short works should still present an interesting and compelling story. Creative Non-Fiction.
Submissions General Overview. Unlike many magazines, Creative Nonfiction draws heavily from unsolicited submissions. Our editors believe that providing a platform for emerging writers and helping them find readers is an essential role of literary magazines, and it’s been our privilege to work with many fine writers early in their careers.
Essays; Flash; Interviews; Reviews; Craft; Writing Life; Most Memorable; Hippo News. Submissions. These guidelines were updated and page reorganized a bit on Dec. 10, 2018. Please read them carefully before submitting; there’s a lot covered here. Our guidelines were shorter at one time, but we try to address all of the questions ahead of time. We can’t wait to read your work! (Already.
Flash fiction pieces should be approximately 400-1,000 words. Short story submissions may not exceed 5,000 words. We accept any genre from literary fiction to sci-fi. Double-space the text of the manuscript. Creative non-fiction. Submissions of creative non-fiction should not exceed 5,000 words. We accept personal essays, essays on writing technique and process, memoir excerpts, travel writing.
We Accept Unsolicited Submissions of: Memoir, Personal Essay, Creative Nonfiction and Excerpts: up to 3,000 words on any subject or theme. Reviews, Interviews and Craft Essays: up to 2,000 words. Visual Art: fine art, illustrations, comics, photography, graphic storytelling and visual narratives. Memoir Magazine accepts online submissions for.
Submissions should be 1,200 words or less and formatted as seen in our Craft Section (single space, no indentation, space between paragraphs). This category is limited to essays that discuss the craft of writing, such as essays that focus on structure, or editing, or ethics. Brevity Blog Book Reviews. Book reviews can be found on the Brevity Blog.
Flash fiction presents fiction writers with a lot of opportunity for getting their stories read by a wide audience. The Satisfaction of Finishing. Many fiction writers come up with great story ideas and love the feeling of starting a story, but they often struggle with finishing. It makes sense. A novel can often be 80,000 words and take months to write. They usually have a plot and several.
K'in, an online literary magazine, is seeking and accepting submissions through Submittable, for our second issue. Poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction. We're particularly interested in voices from marginalized and underrepresented communities. We also are introducing our brand new Young Writers Section, for submissions from writers aged 12-17.
Submissions Information. We're always looking for new short stories for the Fiction Desk anthologies, and most of the stories we publish are unsolicited submissions. We publish stories in a range of lengths from 1,000 to 20,000 words, and submissions should be made through our online form.