Flash Fiction Returneth!

Submit your entries by Monday, Oct. 31

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Crack your neck, crack your knuckles, and crack open that laptop or notebook. The Journal’s annual 99-word Flash Fiction Contest is on. Share your original stories of 99 words or fewer (not including title) for a chance at small-scale literary greatness and publishing your brief and beautiful work in a special issue of the Journal. Send up to three entries in the body of an email (no attachments or links, please) to [email protected] with your full name and contact information (sorry, no pen names) by midnight on Monday, Oct. 31. Come on, it’s only 99 words — just like this.

Don't sleep on the Flash Fiction contest. - SHUTTERSTOCK
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  • Don't sleep on the Flash Fiction contest.
See the links below to past winners for inspiration.

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