Welcome to Friday Flash Fiction
IWelcome to Friday Flash Fiction, the site for writers who can cram an entire story into 100 words. For the last few years, we've been publishing great short fiction from all over the world, and we're still going.
Why not have a look at what our hundreds of writers submit? You'll notice that, although 100-worders are our speciality, we accept short poems and some flash fiction of up to 500 words, too. Have a look around.
Above all, we'd like you to have a go yourself and send something in. It's not that hard, honestly.
Go on – why not try it?
M. A. Banash
Susi J. Smith
J. J. Landry
A. C. Clarke
Tori V. Rainn
Erica Plouffe Lazure
Each of these writers has joined since the start of 2018.
Would you like to be next?
With well over 100 authors, this wagetting unmanageable for our readers, so we've split it into four alphabetical groups.
Our latest Featured Author section is Don Tassone from Loveland, Ohio. Don is the author of the novel Drive and the short story collection Get Back.
Click on the image to find out more about him. And please keep the Author Profiles coming in!
Winter Flash Fiction Winner
And if that weren't enough, Don's story Gold has just been voted Best Winter Friday Flash Fiction Story (January/February 2018). Well done to him, and also to the runners up, Remember How We Played Together, by Raewen Bassett, Auckland Trumps, by Adrian Slonaker, Belt Runners, by Reg Wulff. The results are above.
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Background image: Alnmouth, Northumberland (Gordon Lawrie)