24 March 2009


Today on the Apex Book Company blog:
Flash fiction is generally defined as fiction under 1,000 words, though it is at times limited to less than 500 words. Do not be fooled by the short word count, however. Trying to cram enough story to satisfy into fewer words can be a challenge...

Curtis Chen (who I know from Viable Paradise XII) posts his own new fiction weekly at 512 Words or Fewer. As the title suggests, all of his stories are 512 words or fewer...

-- "Online Finds: Short Attention Span Theater"

Thanks to Sarah for the pimpage!

Her post contains some great links to various sources of flash fiction online. Twitter Fiction demonstrates an interesting new format; see also Thaumatrope for genre fiction under 140 characters.


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