New flash fiction by Andrew Kozma, Mary Beth Hines, Ben Umayam, Alyssa Kagel, Leslie Anne Mcilroy, Thomas Broderick, Salvatore Difalco, Kaylor Jones, Douglas DiCicco, and Paul Lamar. Now at this week’s Mag Stand.
Brilliant Flash Fiction
In this issue now at the Mag Stand: new flash fiction by Michael Kozart, Carol McGill, Anne Anthony, James W. Davidson Jr., Jess Koch, Lorette C. Luzajic, V.J. Hamilton, Andrew Hughes, and Charline Poirier.
Join presenter Cindy Skaggs on Saturday, March 13, 2021 for a virtual flash fiction fundraiser workshop. The one-hour workshop will take you from zero to finished flash fiction. Find out more about Skaggs and registration at Brilliant Flash Fiction‘s website.
Master your flash fiction now and have something to submit to the journal’s next print anthology, submissions open until May 14.
In the newest issue of Brilliant Flash Fiction, now at the Mag Stand, find fabulous flash fiction by Ravibala Shenoy, Avra Margariti, Jihoon Park, Kelsey Englert, Joe Farley, Tim Seyfert, CG Miller, Hannah Whiteoak, Yunya Yang, and Taylor Rae.
Brilliant Flash Fiction is currently offering a rare 5-session Zoom flash fiction workshop with Assistant Editor Ed Higgins. Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your flash writing with a master teacher, open to international students at all levels. The workshop is limited to 20 students.
The workshop will take place January 23, January 30, February 6, February 13, and February 20 at noon PST.
About the : Professor Emeritus and Lifetime Writer in Residence Ed Higgins has been teaching at George Fox University, Oregon, for over four decades. His classes have covered poetry, the modern novel, world literature, science fiction, and much more. Officially retired now, he submits and publishes flash fiction and poetry in numerous literary journals.
Learn how to enroll at Brilliant Flash Fiction‘s website.
Brilliant Flash Fiction wants writing to thrive, and they want to showcase flash fiction at its best. To do that, they need your help.
Visit Kickstarter to pledge even a small amount of money—and earn rewards including stickers, pens, editors’ flash fiction tips, T-shirts, and reviews of your work.
All money goes toward funding the printing process for a 2021 anthology featuring original work solicited from writers around the world. Pledges close December 11.
In 2019, Brilliant Flash Fiction, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, published a high-quality print anthology of flash fiction stories entitled Hunger: The Best of Brilliant Flash Fiction, 2014-2019.
(Note: no one on the editorial board or board of directors receives payment for their services. BFF’s funding comes strictly from donations.)
In the September 2020 issue of Brilliant Flash Fiction, find new flash by Madalyn Aslan, Bernard Arogyaswamy, Lisa Fox, Alan Ford, Sudha Balagopal, and more. See a full contributor list at the Mag Stand.
This week, find Brilliant Flash Fiction‘s latest issue at the Mag Stand. New on their website: flash by Darcy Casey, Laura Bailey, Anthony Keers, Rimma Kranet, Kate Lunn-Pigula, Yongsoo Park, David Bassano, Dona McCormack, Christian McCulloch, and Cyan James.
The March 2020 issue is here with new flash by Cody Pease, Sue Mell, Amy L. Clark, Kara Bernard, Nick LeGrand, Mandira Pattnaik, Quin Yen, and more. Find out more at the NewPages Mag Stand.
Online literary magazine Brilliant Flash Fiction is accepting entries to its Lost in the Library writing contest. Deadline to submit fiction on this theme is May 30. There is no fee to submit. Learn more…
The January 2020 issue is at this week’s Magazine Stand. This issue features flash fiction by David Galef, Martha Keller, Ron Hartley, Luke Rolfes, Kenneth Hinegardner, Michael Clark, Meg Pokrass, Marie Anderson, Roberta Beary, Robert Pope, Warren L Jones III, and David C. Metz.