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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Ooh Flash Fiction

The next issue of the Fankle ( will be a bit different: a flash fiction special. Mostly it's poetry that dominates the Fankle because we haven't room for more than one or two pieces of fiction - but who says the poets have the monopoly on brevity? We're looking for short pieces - the shorter the better, with an absolute upper limit of 250 words (which is practically a novel by flash fiction standards). Hemingway's idea of the shortest of short stories was 'For Sale: baby shoes, never worn'. Can you do better? For details of our submission guidelines and more go to Deadline is 31st October

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