Welcome to Friday Flash Fiction
Welcome 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 also 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?
Dan A. Cardoza
James A. Tweedie
A. K. Hata
Leroy B. Vaughn
Rae Marie Luna
D. L. Shirey
N. T. Franklin
John M. Carlson
Renée K. Reeves
P. J. Stephenson
Kelsey Nichole Brooks
The Friday Flash Fiction Challenge
Friday Flash Fiction was originally set up to challenge writers to produce 100-word stories each Friday. We relaxed a little to allow some poetry and longer flash fiction of up to 500 words.
Lately, however, we've received quite a lot of submissions which are in the 101-150 word range. We think these should be edited more to make it into the 100-word section, so for a trial period Friday Flash Fiction will not be accepting submissions in the 101-150 word range.
Stories of no more than 100 words, as well as short poetry (where we can be flexible), will be as welcome as ever.
We've split our Author Profiles into four alphabetical groups to make them easier to read.
Our latest Featured Author is Californian poet Mark Tulin.
Best known to Friday Flash Fiction readers for his longer flash fiction, there's quite a bit more to him...
Click on the image to find out more about him. And please keep the Author Profiles coming in!
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