Archive for March, 2010

Flash Prose: Non-Fictional Meanderings

March 29, 2010

Short. Succinct. To the point. Or. Wandering. Meandering. Taking the long path through the enchanted woods to get to the concrete jungle. Say what has to be said, and make us think about it. Make the words hammer into our skulls. Make them caress the outer most edges of our senses. Be angry. Be funny. […]

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A Flash About Flash Fiction

March 22, 2010

Flash Fiction is a very short story. 300 words is considered by some to be the limit in this style of writing, but at The Glass Coin we accept stories as long as 1000 words. Some may consider this penchant we all have for flash stories to be a product of our recent Internet, goldfish […]

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