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PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Flash Fiction Online 2015 Anthology books Behind every story is a person. A writer. Each story--as is every story--is a type of magic. It's something from nothing. A new world, a character, a situation drawn from the mind of a writer, but, to the reader, as real as if we could touch, taste, smell every nuance, every detail.Under the editorial direction of Suzanne W. Vincent, Flash Fiction Online is proud to bring you its 2015 Anthology. Spanning genres, from John Guzlowski's literary piece, "The Last Man on Earth - A Mini-Novel" to Eleanor R. Wood's science fiction story "Fibonacci", there's certain to be something here for everyone. Whether you enjoy literary or mainstream, fantasy or horror, this collection runs the gamut.Discover some of the best and brightest names in short fiction today, including Caroline M. Yoachim, Chuck Rothman, Laura Pearlman, Oliver Buckram, Kelly Sandoval, Samantha Murray, Leslianne Wilder, Krystal Claxton, Matthew F. Amati, and more.

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Suzanne W. VincentBehind every story is a person. A writer. Each story--as is every story--is a type of magic. It's something from nothing. A new world, a character, a situation drawn from the mind of a writer, but, to the reader, as real as if we could touch, taste, smell every nuance, every detail.

Under the editorial direction of Suzanne W. Vincent, Flash Fiction Online is proud to bring you its 2015 Anthology. Spanning genres, from John Guzlowski's literary piece, "The Last Man on Earth - A Mini-Novel" to Eleanor R. Wood's science fiction story "Fibonacci", there's certain to be something here for everyone. Whether you enjoy literary or mainstream, fantasy or horror, this collection runs the gamut.

Discover some of the best and brightest names in short fiction today, including Caroline M. Yoachim, Chuck Rothman, Laura Pearlman, Oliver Buckram, Kelly Sandoval, Samantha Murray, Leslianne Wilder, Krystal Claxton, Matthew F. Amati, and more.

Flash Fiction Online December 2016

Suzanne W. VincentThis month’s stories are all about change. For some, it is expected, for others not. Each character deals with it differently, some successfully, some not. But each story touches the heart and, hopefully, will make your next life change a little richer.
First up, from Hannah Dela Cruz, an understated literary piece about a snowy day and Robert Redford—“A Box Full of Winter.”
From FFO Alum, a fantasy offering about the metaphysical manifestations of grief in Kelly Sandoval’s “A Menagerie of Grief.”
Another FFO Alum, Kat Otis, offers us “Hinterlight Abby.” A science fiction story, life aboard a generation ship pairs with belief in unexpected and unsettling ways. 
And, finally, this month’s reprint selection, “Molten Heart,” by yet another FFO Alum, Alexis A. Hunter. Get out your tissues. This science fiction tale of maternal love found in an unlikely place will touch even the stoniest hearts.
Plus a new FXXK WRITING column by Jason S. Ridler. Fiction has always fought back.
Just remember, if nothing ever changed there would be no butterflies.

Flash Fiction Online November 2016

Suzanne W. VincentAn anomaly has happened at Flash Fiction Online. Either that or the planets have aligned. Either way, we’re running stories from three returning FFO authors. 
Samantha Murray with “Boxes and Lockets and Clocks,” a touching fantasy story about a mother’s love—or lack thereof.
Alexis A. Hunter with “Perfectly Not Normal,” a mother loves her child even though nothing about this relationship is close to normal, nor would anyone want it to be. It’s perfect just the way it is.
Matt Dovey returns with “Quartet of the Far-Blown Winds,” a lyrical science fiction story about a mother’s missing relationship with her daughter.
Our reprint selection is from J.W. Alden, “Project Earth is Leaving Beta.” We think you’ll appreciate this quick-witted take on Earth’s origin.
And finally, a new FXXK WRITING article from Jason S. Ridler.

Flash Fiction Online October 2016

Suzanne W. VincentOne of our favorite traditions is to listen to the ultimate Halloween story: Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart.”
Several audio versions are available online.
But one can only tolerate so much “Tell-Tale Heart.”
To mix things up for you, and to enrich your spooky celebration, we’ve put together an amazing Halloween issue for you.  
To begin with, a strange but sweet story by Rebecca Roland, “The Monster on her Cheek.”
Next up, “Three Rules for Befriending Ghosts,” by Benjamin Thomas, in which a ghost becomes a loyal companion. 
Then, an odd little tale of a pregnant house. Yes. That’s correct. “Offspring” by Brenda Anderson.
Finally, our recycled story for the month, “Devil Got You on Speed Dial” by H. L. Fullerton, which originally appeared in DarkFuse’s Horror D’oeuvres.  
And a new FXXK WRITING article by Jason S. Ridler!

Flash Fiction Online January 2017

Suzanne W. VincentFantasy, science fiction, horror, and literary short fiction for the modern reader. 
This month's original stories are each about regret in some aspect or another.  Obsessing about it, giving into it, denying it by taking that leap of faith.
First, from Edward Ashton, a literary thriller, "Vernal Fall."
Next, "Women's Work," a paranormal gothic fantasy in only a thousand words written Amelia Aldred.
And finally, a haunting romance plus mythical creatures in "A Lumberjack's Guide to Dryad Spotting," by Charles Payseur.
In addition, we have "A Woman's Glory," a literary reprint by Ashley Kunsa that first appeared in issue #10 of the Los Angeles Review, and won the A Room of Her Own Orlando Prize for 2011.

Flash Fiction Online February 2017

Suzanne W. VincentTo celebrate the Feast of St. Valentine, we’ve compiled a list of fabulous stories about Love and Roses.
First on the ticket is “Product Recall” by Robert Bagnall.  Electronic love at its best.
Then we hope you’ll enjoy “Marking the Witch” by Lina Rather.  “Love is a chrysalis, my dear; everything inside it transforms.”  Beautiful!
Next up is “I Don’t Want to Hurt You Either” by Ryan Row.  A different kind of love story.  Creepy and strange, but we love it.
Last, but certainly not least, our reprint for the month, originally published in Daily Science Fiction in April 2016, “Once I, Rose,” by Merc Rustad.
Plus a new “FXXK Writing” by Jason S. Ridler
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