Best Microfiction 2019

Best Microfiction 2019

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Overview

The Best Microfiction anthology series provides recognition for outstanding literary stories of 400 words or fewer. Co-edited by award-winning microfiction writer/editor Meg Pokrass, and Flannery O’Connor Prize-winning author Gary Fincke, the anthology features the well-known novelist and short story writer Dan Chaon serving as final judge, an exclusive craft-oriented interview with the great Etgar Keret, and an essay about the current state of microfiction written by Robert Scotellaro. The inaugural edition, Best Microfiction 2019, features eighty seven of the world's best very short stories.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781949790061
Publisher: Pelekinesis
Publication date: 04/17/2019
Series: Best Microfiction
Pages: 210
Sales rank: 441,778
Product dimensions: 4.30(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Meg Pokrass is the author of six flash fiction collections. Her work has been internationally anthologized in two Norton Anthology Readers, "Best Small Fictions," 2018 and 2019, and has appeared in 350 literary magazines both online and in print. She received the Blue Light Book Award in 2016. She currently serves as Flash Challenge Editor at "Mslexia Magazine," Festival Curator for "Flash Fiction Festival, U.K." and Founding/Managing Editor of "New Flash Fiction Review."

Gary Fincke, editor, has published thirty-one books of poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction, most recently, Bringing Back the Bones: New and Selected Poems, A Room of Rain: Stories, and The Killer's Dog: Stories.

Dan Chaon is the guest editor. His most recent book is Ill Will, a novel.

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Best Microfiction 2019 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
diane92345 More than 1 year ago
Mystery, romance, mythology and pathos. It is all here in the Best Microfiction 2019. In the time taken to watch another catheter ad on daytime tv, you could slip into a fully formed life. It may be the story of a dragon, a protective older brother, or a murder victim. Some of these super-short stories may linger for days while others quickly fade from memory. However, all 87 are worth the reader’s time. My personal favorites are the post-apocalyptic “You’ve Stopped” by Tommy Dean and the heartfelt “Any Body” by Sarah Freligh. The Best Microfiction 2019 deserves 4 stars! Thanks to Petekinesis and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review.