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Flash Fiction: A New Way to Read–and Write, by Miles White

July 29, 2014 • Fiction, TLR News

So the story goes, it was Ernest Hemingway, as a young writer living in Paris in the 1920s, who invented flash fiction. Hemingway was bet over drinks that he could not write an entire story in just six words. After the money was collected, Papa took a napkin and is said to have written down… Read More ›

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Flash Fiction: A New Way to Read–and Write, by Miles White

So the story goes, it was Ernest Hemingway, as a young writer living in Paris in the 1920s, who invented flash fiction. Hemingway was bet over drinks that he could not write an entire story in just six words. After the money was collected, Papa took a napkin and is said to have written down… Read More ›

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How Much of Your Submission Will I Read?

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There’s a paradox to writing time: as a writer you are often advised to give a story, essay or poem sufficient time to develop—a month, six months, a year…sometimes more. Within this frame you draft, revise, and then let it sit for as long as it takes to create the perspective needed to evaluate it… Read More ›

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