Real-world flash fiction advice each step of the way from a teacher and fellow writer with twenty-years publishing experience. This book is equally inspiring for classrooms, workshops, and individual writers excited about polishing their craft.
Welcome to a genre that has zoomed into public notice with the Internet age and yet has a rich history. As flashes in both fiction and nonfiction are highly sought after by editors and publishers across a wide array of publications, this practical guide covers a diverse range of topics from the first spark of an idea through to the writing, editing, and submission/publication process.
FEATURES: thematic writing prompts and flash examples from authors such as Dinty W. Moore, founder of Brevity.
About the Author
Table of Contents
1 Why Flash? From Flashbulb to Snapshot on the Page
2 Get Real: Crafting Flash Nonfiction
3 The Liars-who-Tell-the-Truth Club Flash Fiction
4 How to Edit and Where to Send It