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FOR WRITERS: Writing Flash Fiction

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Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Scott:

With the next QSF flash fiction contest just over a month away, I thought it would be great to have a chat about how to write this unique fiction format.

For those of you who have done it, and done it well, how did you tackle it? What separates a good flash fiction piece from a not so good one? How do you hook the reader in just 300 words?

I’ll tag our previous winners.

Join the chat


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2 thoughts on “FOR WRITERS: Writing Flash Fiction”

  1. Start in the middle of conflict, jump to the climax and resolution with a few, intriguing words of description. Speaking as someone who struggles with description, I adore this medium. I don’t need very much. :)


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