Check out the story of “The Hole in the Bag.” As it turns out, that’s not fiction. But it could have been. Todd is real — and so is the story about the how the hole gets in a coffee bag.
But it’s a great example of the format and storytelling power of FlashFiction!
So submit your coffee-themed, 100-word-or-less, pieces today!
Once-a-month NoMoWally will dedicate this space to a items of Flash Fiction with a Java-based theme. Dig out your cyber pens, conjure up your best work, and rack up those publication credits!
Flash Fiction is noted for its extreme brevity (100-2000 words) and its powerful storytelling capability (IE: Hemingway’s Six Word Story “For Sale:baby shoes, never worn.”). Each piece must contain all standard story elements, including a Protagonist, conflict, obstacles, and resolution.
Send Submissions by the 10th for publication for the following month to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the word SUBMISSION in the subject line.
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