1. Why do you write flash? What makes it different for you? Firstly, flash works for me as a reader because I don’t have as much time as I’d like to have, as I used to have, and flash allows me to still enjoy the escape of other people’s stories. As a writer, I enjoy … Continue reading Mini-Interview with Christopher P. Mooney
Most of the biggest literary gut-punches I’ve had have come from reading flash fiction pieces.
"Say it fast, say it quick, say it right. Don’t ramble if you don’t have to."
A perfectly smooth stone, maybe. Or a bird egg you find on the sidewalk, miraculously uncracked. When I write flash, I love that I can see the beginning and end of the story at the same time.
"Well, character is the north star; the revelation of it is what you aim for, and the feel and pull of it is how you steer. But plot is how you get there."
Why do you write flash? What makes it different for you? Well, to be honest, my answer isn’t very glamorous. At this point in my life flash fiction is what have time and energy for. I am working on a couple of novels but the reality is that those projects are going to take years … Continue reading Mini-Interview with Damon Garn
Why do you write flash? What makes it different for you? When I started writing regularly about five years ago, I didn’t even know the sort of stories I was creating had a name. All I knew was that I preferred writing lots of very small stories to fewer, larger ones. Then I started using … Continue reading Mini-Interview with David Cook
Why do you write flash? What makes it different for you? I’ve learned a long time ago that in my culture, the more a woman speaks, the less she’s heard. Economy is key. Through this form I’ve discovered to self-express concisely without resorting to the drama or flourish-y add on other forms have room to … Continue reading Mini-Interview with Riham Adly