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Review – Flash Fiction Magazine, Volumes 1-3

By | August 2nd, 2017|Categories: Blog, Creative, Flash Fiction, Publishing, Reading, Reading Challenge, Reviews, Uncategorized, What I'm reading|Tags: , , , , , |

Featuring work submitted to Flash Fiction Magazine, an online literary magazine Amazon Disclosure - I am a volunteer reader at Flash Fiction Magazine. In the study of alchemy, there's a process of purification called calcination by which substances are heated in a crucible until it's impurities are reduced to ash, leaving the desired element in its [...]

Review – The Best Small Fictions of 2016

By | April 13th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Creative, Flash Fiction, Reviews, Uncategorized, What I'm reading|Tags: , , , , , |

Guest Editor: Stuart Dybek Series Editor: Tara L. Masih   Amazon Goodreads (Blogger Note: I apologize for the delay in posting. I have not devised a workable writing/editing calendar that acknowledges the chaos of real life. I hope writing extra content will rectify this in the future.) My reading of this book, as well as other flash [...]

Flash/Short Fiction Review Series

By | March 22nd, 2017|Categories: Blog, Creative, Flash Fiction, Publishing, Reading, Reviews, What I'm reading, Writing|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

In September, 2016, I took a flash fiction course with Writers.com under the tutelage of the esteemed poet and writer, Barbara Henning.  The very first story presented was Hills Like White Elephants, by Ernest Hemingway. At 1,463 words, it is considered a masterwork of short fiction.  I rewrote it to understand Hemingway's use of subtext and [...]

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