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An introductory book for new and experienced writers alike, on the wonders of flash-fiction, what it is, what makes it work, and how to write them. Topics include: Using Prompts Crafting Characters Unpicking Plots Using Dialogue Perspective and Structure Experimentation Reflection Editing and RewritingDr Calum Kerr, academic, flash-fiction writer and Director of National Flash-Fiction Day UK, shares the knowledge and experience he has gained from years of writing, reading, teaching and publishing flash-fictions.
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About the Author
CALUM KERR is a writer, editor, Teaching Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Southampton's Winchester School of Art, and Director of the UK's National Flash Fiction Day. His work has appeared in a number of places-online and in print-and was featured on BBC Radio 4's iPM programme. He lives in Southampton with his wife, his stepson, two cats and a dog.