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?
Marselienna Von Eschen
Susan L De Miller
Antonia Rachel Ward
Andrew R. Gabriel
Jeff M. Combs
Yola M. Caecenary
Our Christmas Competition was won by Antonia Rachel Ward, whose story The Ivory Tower caught the imagination of judges and the hundreds of FFF voters alike. Doug Bartlett's Peace on Earth was Runner-Up and Highly Commended, while Winter Train Trip, by Lisa Miller and The Bauble, by Mary Wallace were each Commended. As usual, you can read each of the stories by clicking the relevant link.
Writers are reminded that we generally expect only one submission each week, and that it should not be a copy-and-paste from work published elsewhere.
Please don't take advantage of this website.
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Background image by Ruth Feiertag.