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
5 days, 2 hours
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
1 week, 5 days
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2 weeks, 5 days
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. 357 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
2 weeks, 6 days
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
3 weeks, 4 days
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