Welcome to our ongoing Flash Fiction Sunday Edition.
When you are done reading, leave us a comment and let us know who you would like recommendations by in future editions. Don’t forget to join the list and you will get next weeks issue via e-mail.
P.S. We have some exciting new prizes in next months contest.
Flash Fiction chosen by Sarah Vernetti
Cease, Cows features strange, and often dark, flash fiction. This particular story combines a dash of magic realism with a hint of horror.
The writer describes a crumbling friendship in this powerful and disturbing story.
This eight-line poem captures a specific, life-changing moment. Despite its brevity, “Kaleidoscope” leaves a lasting impression.
Nanoism publishes fiction that is short enough to conform to Twitter’s 140-character limit. Haven’t we all experienced moments like this in social situations? It made me smile, and I must have read it half a dozen times.
Flash Fiction chosen by Suzanne Vincent of Flash Fiction Online
“Into the Cellar” by Ajani Burrell via Barrelhouse
This is a story that Flash Fiction Online passed on (against my better judgement) back in 2009, and it’s a story that has stayed with me in a powerful way.