This week, the Indies Unlimited prompt featured a purse snatcher and a flight of stairs:
“The punk grabbed the old lady’s purse and ran up those steps like a monkey on crack. 339 more words
3 weeks, 2 days
Kathryn El-Assal’s excellent flash won this week’s Indies Unlimited prompt.
The picture was of a field of safflowers (NOT sunflowers as several writers noted within the context of their pieces): 379 more words
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1 month, 1 week
One of the things I love about flash is that it has the creative flexibility of poetry. Non-standard narratives that would get annoying in a longer work, shine in a piece of flash. 358 more words
The Sun Singer's Travels
“Some of the authors (on a panel) were both self and traditionally published and I overhead a couple of them talk about how they felt legitimized by signing with an agent and being traditionally published. 733 more words
Sara Stark, Author
This week’s Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction challenge is:
He wondered if it could be true. Could some potion be the answer to all his problems? Could he capture Vanessa’s heart? 285 more words
A day late as I spent yesterday hustling the squid through airplanes and airports. This one came from the Indies Unlimited prompt “New World”, a picture of Boston Harbor. 333 more words