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Micro Fiction

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Micro Fiction by Jerome H. Stern Book Resume:

Ten years ago, Jerome Stern, director of the writing program at Florida State, initiated the World's Best Short Short Story Contest. Stories were to be about 250 words long; first prize was a check and a crate of oranges. Two to three thousand stories began to show up annually in Tallahassee, and National Public Radio regularly broadcast the winner. But, more important, the Micro form turned out to be contagious; stories of this "lack of length" now dot the literary magazines. The time seemed right, then, for this anthology, presenting a decade of contest winners and selected finalists. In addition, Stern commissioned Micros, persuading a roster of writers to accept the challenge of completing a story in one page. Jesse Lee Kercheval has a new spin on the sinking of the Titanic; Virgil Suarez sets his sights on the notorious Singapore caning; George Garrett conjures up a wondrous screen treatment pitch; and Antonya Nelson invites us into an eerie landscape. Verve and nerve and astonishing variety are here, with some wild denouements. How short can a Micro be, you wonder. Look up Amy Hempel's contribution, and you'll see.

Micro Fiction Workbook: a Templated Guide for Fast Flash Fiction

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Micro Fiction Workbook: a Templated Guide for Fast Flash Fiction by Creative Writing Creative Writing Guys Book Resume:

This is a templated guide for writing quick and engaging flash fiction. Flash Fiction or Micro Fiction is a mode of storytelling which focuses on using a little words as possible. Micro Fiction immerses a reader into a plot, world, or conflict, and then provides a sort of story within a few sentences.This guide will help you pump out short stories and micro fiction in a new way. This book is approx 6x9 with approx 100 pages.

Micro Fiction

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Micro Fiction by Michael A. Kechula Book Resume:

In today's 'everything in a hurry' world of the Internet, there's a new appeal in short-form stories. Author Michael A. Kechula has uncovered a demand for ultra-short (100 word) stories called 'Drabbles.' Telling a complete story in exactly 100 words is a challenge, (in fact, just writing this review has consumed far more than 100 words), but Kechula is sharing his secrets. In a fact-filled self-study guide, author Michael A. Kechula demystifies the creation of the 100 word drabble. He starts at the beginning, with some tips and tricks on developing story ideas and writing an opening hook, continues to the twist, and then goes into detail on how to make every word count. I enjoyed Kechula's concept of a 'word bank, ' with each word being treasured, every word cut from one sentence being returned to the bank to be reused for maximum impact elsewhere in the story. Finally, Kechula takes us through a detailed analysis of one of his own prize-winning stories, explaining how the story evolved from concept through its initial incarnations and finally into the fully realized story, complete with a twist ending.

Flash Fiction International: Very Short Stories from Around the World

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Flash Fiction International: Very Short Stories from Around the World by James Thomas,Robert Shapard,Christopher Merrill Book Resume:

A dazzling new anthology of the very best very short fiction from around the world. What is a flash fiction called in other countries? In Latin America it is a micro, in Denmark kortprosa, in Bulgaria mikro razkaz. These short shorts, usually no more than 750 words, range from linear narratives to the more unusual: stories based on mathematical forms, a paragraph-length novel, a scientific report on volcanic fireflies that proliferate in nightclubs. Flash has always—and everywhere—been a form of experiment, of possibility. A new entry in the lauded Flash and Sudden Fiction anthologies, this collection includes 86 of the most beautiful, provocative, and moving narratives by authors from six continents, including best-selling writer Etgar Keret, Zimbabwean writer Petina Gappah, Korean screenwriter Kim Young-ha, Nobel Prize winner Czeslaw Milosz, and Argentinian “Queen of the Microstory” Ana María Shua, among many others. These brilliantly chosen stories challenge readers to widen their vision and celebrate both the local and the universal.

Micro Fiction Workbook: a Templated Guide for Fast Flash Fiction

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Micro Fiction Workbook: a Templated Guide for Fast Flash Fiction by Creative Writing Creative Writing Books Book Resume:

This is a templated guide for writing quick and engaging flash fiction. Flash Fiction or Micro Fiction is a mode of storytelling which focuses on using a little words as possible. Micro Fiction immerses a reader into a plot, world, or conflict, and then provides a sort of story within a few sentences.This guide will help you pump out short stories and micro fiction in a new way. This book is approx 6x9 with approx 100 pages.

Flash Writing

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Flash Writing by Michael L. Wilson Book Resume:

Flash fiction is one of the hottest literary trends of the 21st century. Online magazines crave it, mainstream publications such as Esquire, The New Yorker, and Vanity Fair publish it, and many other markets and contests seek it. Flash Writing is your guide to writing, revising and publishing stories fewer than 1,000 words long. Learn how to generate story ideas, create characters, develop conflict, and establish setting and point of view for flash fiction. Then discover how to research, format, and submit your work to flash fiction markets. Shorter is better, and Flash Writing helps you learn how to create entertaining, publishable flash fiction.

Flash Fiction

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Flash Fiction by Bertemy Book Resume:

❤ Flash Fiction Journal Notebook 8.5 x 11 Inch ❤Sudden Fiction, Micro Fiction, Short Short Stories, and Quick Fiction ✿✿✿ Grab this cool awesome Notebook Journal for yourself and your family or use it as a gift idea for your friends. So, █ Click on the brand name above █ to see other funny and cute journal notebook graphic design ideas. ✿✿✿ Summary: Interior & paper type: Black & white interior with white paper Paperback cover finish: Matte Trim Size: 8.5 x 11 in Page Count: 110 ⚫ What are you waiting for? Add to Cart and make an awesome purchase today! ⚫

Sudden Fiction

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Sudden Fiction by Robert Shapard,James Thomas Book Resume:

Gathers seventy stories by Paley, Hannah, Barthelme, Cheever, Updike, Tallent, Carver, Boyle, Williams, Oates, Hemingway, and Malamud

My Collection Of Flash Fiction Stories Notebook

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My Collection Of Flash Fiction Stories Notebook by Novemberdreamin' Press Book Resume:

Are you a teacher teaching the art of flash fiction stories? Or are you a student who enjoys writing flash fiction? Either way, this lovely book is a great tool to get your creative juices flowing! In this book, there is ample space for the following: Jot down date, genre, plot, protagonist #1 , Setting, Message of Story, Imagery, Guided keywords Word Vomit (just start writing and avoid mental block) Checklist (such as 'punchy title', 'no more than 1000 words', 'element of surprise', etc.) Suggestion for improvements (jot down comments given by others!) One full page for Draft Story One full page for Final Story All in all, there is enough space to brainstorm and write the drafts and final pieces for 27 flash fiction stories. If you're a teacher, you should definitely get copies for the whole class. If you're a student, be sure to get some copies for your fellow budding writers. Don't wait any longer, grab your copy today!

My Micro Stories

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My Micro Stories by Adrian A C Johnson Book Resume:

Download or read My Micro Stories book by clicking button below to visit the book download website. There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc).

Flash Fiction Fridays

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Flash Fiction Fridays by Robert Vaughan Book Resume:

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Micro Stories for a Hectic World

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Micro Stories for a Hectic World by Edward Meiman Book Resume:

Want to read a good story, but just don’t have the time? Want to have something to do while you wait for the bus? Stuck in a doctor’s office with nothing but year old travel magazines? You need a micro story for your hectic world. Micro stories are all a thousand words or less. They take only a few minutes or less to read. Micro Stories for a Hectic World has over one hundred of these stories grouped into seven genres. If you want to read something funny, there are Humor stories galore. Want to be transported to a far off world? Check out the Science Fiction collection. Look at what people are saying about Micro Stories for a Hectic World: I was so excited when I heard about this book that I immediately scheduled a checkup so I could sit in my doctor's office and read these stories as they were meant to be read. - Waiting Woman I am glad that, because the stories are grouped by literary type, I can get my daily balance of genres from one amazing book. - Literary Dietician I counted every word of every story and all of the stories are at or under 1,000 words. Therefore I must conclude that Mr. Meiman has good math skills. - Anonymous Accountant Edward Meiman has been so many places and done so many things it is not surprising he could so easily flow from genre to genre, changing styles as he goes. You can read a guns-a-blazin’ action story and follow it up with a heartwarming tale of love fulfilled. Micro Stories for a Hectic World is indeed a treasure trove of literary fulfillment. For more information on the book and the author, as well as never before published stories, visit: http://www.meiman-ed.com/microstories.

Flash Fiction

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Flash Fiction by Cr Flash Book Resume:

Flash fiction is a very short fiction, usually less than 1000 words. However in some cases, less than 500, could even be as short as 100 words. Sometimes people call it "short short" or "micro-fiction." Whatever you choose to call it, and whether you are a new write or an experienced one this notebook is perfect for generating some great short stories and keeping them organized in one spot! This journal has space to write your story as well as specific spaces to record the theme, any obstacles you faced and much more! Are you ready for this Flash Fiction Challenge!?

Flash Fiction Forward

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Flash Fiction Forward by James Thomas,Robert Shapard Book Resume:

An anthology of bite-sized tales represents the work of some of today's best fiction writers and includes Rick Moody's definition of an armoire, Lydia Davis's sojourn into the world of cats, and Dave Eggers's exploration of narrow escapes. Original.

100 Flash Fiction Writing Prompts

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100 Flash Fiction Writing Prompts by Brindie Books Book Resume:

Your challenge should you choose to accept it... Any good writer will tell you that if you want to be a writer you need to write! Build your writing skills, stretch your imagination, and challenge yourself to write 100 flash fiction morsels of goodness (or evil) using the genre, setting and object prompts provided on each page in this wonderfully fun prompt book. In this prompt book for writers and authors you'll find: 100 pages of prompts with college-ruled lines beneath for writing. At the top of each page setting out a writing genre, setting for your story and object to include in your fiction and help spark your imagination. No more writer's block! 40 pages of college-ruled paper at the back to jot notes or create your own prompts. Genres include fantasy, fairy tale, historical fiction, mystery, comedy, drama, romance, thriller, political satire, ghost story, spy, action/adventure, romantic comedy, horror and Sci-Fi. Features: Durable premium soft matte cover 142 pages Portable and easy to use 8.5" x 11" size Challenge yourself to write 100 flash fiction stories in 100 days. Author and publish your own flash fiction anthology. Use the exercises as story starters to get you motivated to write, buy a book as a gift for a friend or family member and challenge them to write a story a week with you - the possibilities are endless!

Writing Genre Flash Fiction A Minimalist Approach

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Writing Genre Flash Fiction A Minimalist Approach by Michael A. Kechula Book Resume:

Flash fiction consists of writing an entire story in a thousand words or less. This constraint imposes significant restrictions on what the writer can do, but written right, flash fiction tales can pack power way out of proportion to their length. The tricks and techniques needed to write effective flash fiction, though, are different from those used for novel-length, or even traditional short stories. Until now, these tricks and techniques had to be learned the hard way...through the path of rejection. Author and editor Michael A. Kechula has written and sold hundreds of genre flash fiction stories, edited a flash fiction magazine, and mentored many flash fiction writers on their path to publication. He's taken the insights he's gained through years of effort and the many thousands of flash fiction stories he's edited and judged, and distilled them into one volume: WRITING GENRE FLASH FICTION THE MINIMALIST WAY. In this self-study guide, Kechula takes the writer through the definition of flash and genre fiction, gives some useful starting points for coming up with story ideas, shows where the usual rules of fiction may need to be reversed (e.g., in flash fiction, we tell, not show), and provides powerful insight into making every word count...and into eliminating those words that don't pull their weight.