Call for Flash Fiction Submissions

By Eric Abrahamsen, published

For anthology /Flash Fiction International/ forthcoming from distinguished publisher W.W. Norton, NY. The editors are looking for:

Recent very short stories from any country, in English translation, word limit 750 (1-3 pages). We usually reprint translations that have already been published (send us a copy) but will also consider original, unpublished manuscripts.

Deadline: March 15, 2013.

Contact: Robert Shapard, 3405 Mt. Bonnell Drive, Austin, TX, USA, 78731,

(The other co-editors for the anthology are Christopher Merrill, director of the Iowa International Writing Program, and James Thomas.)


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Hi Eric,

Good to know that you are looking for "flush fiction“. That's actually what the user-enhanced publishing site carrying right now. Some of the editors name them as 网络小说. I am not sure whether similar content is popular in the United States. What advantages do you think "flush story" have? I feel that such content might become extremely valuable in the near future on the web if it can generate sufficient amount of page-views.

Thanks Sincerely yours, Pucong Dual Degree M.S. in Journalism and Computer Science Columbia University

Pucong Han, January 15, 2013, 7:32a.m.


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