Welcome to our ongoing Flash Fiction Sunday Edition.
If you are new here, we do this every Sunday.
We also publish 101 word Flash Fiction every day. We even deliver:
Flash Fiction chosen by Sarah Vernetti.
The first paragraph grabbed my attention. It sets an uncomfortable tone, which continues throughout this modern-day fable.
“Baby” by Stacy Post via Helen : A Literary Magazine
I love surreal stories that involve anthropomorphic plants and animals. This is a suspenseful, well-written piece of flash fiction.
Escarp publishes Twitter-length fiction. This story proves just how powerful a story can be, even when it’s limited to 140 characters. Beautiful!
Still Life shows us glimpses of the past, present, and future, all in one brief paragraph. It’s clear that the writer has given careful thought to each word.