I’m trying to update the blogs updated. The main page remains http://www.flashfictiononline.com/flashblog and http://www.flashfictiononline.com. Thanks!
I’m running through queries right now, and three of them from the past several days relate to rejections that I sent on 10/15/09. I’m resending all critical emails from that day (about 25 of them) because that’s a bit too much of a coincidence for me. I apologize for whatever glitch caused the problem.
My computer had to be completely reinstalled. I have all of my data, but as a result of the rebuild I’m going to take a few extra days to publish the magazine for September.
Ripley Patton’s “Traveling By Petroglyph”, originally published in our October 2008 issue, has been picked up as a reprint in Flash Me magazine. Congratulations, Rip!
Here’s the editorial calendar for the next few months. This doesn’t include Bruce Holland Rogers’ contributions or the Classic Flashes. I publish on the first Tuesday or Thursday of the month, whichever comes first. August: Going live on 8/4* There Are No Great Truths Here — Danielle Friedman* Purpose — R.W. Ware* A Taste For […]
I just responded to an email that I thought I’d reprint here: > Do you publish authors who have not yet been published? Yes, often. The competition is fierce, though. > How do I copyright my story? By current US law, you own copyright the moment you write your piece. When I publish it, I […]
It took longer than I expected, but we’re reopened to submissions. As a reminder, if you have a query, please send it to query at flashfictiononline dot com.
First: Hopefully this won’t last long, but between an initial backlog and a serious email glitch that has hampered my efforts to track submissions, I am closing the magazine to submissions. I anticipate being reopened by the end of the month. Second, and related: There is now a separate email for queries. Please send all […]
As a reminder, we publish on the first Tuesday or Thursday of the month. Our May issue will be available on Tuesday, May 5. The lineup is: * Bryan S. Wang, “Descent”, a literary story that doesn’t really make me long for the glory days of my youth. * Isaac Espriu, “Jack Rabbit”, a story […]
I’m never the fastest guy in the world, but I’m a little worse than usual right now. We just had a baby last Tuesday, and the last few weeks have been slower than usual. I beg your patience. Thanks,Jake