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Pulp Modern 15h
PULP MODERN FLASH will reopen for submissions on November 1, 2020 Kennedy Edwards will be handling all the editing duties for this round.
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Paragraph Planet Oct 28
"Happiness" by Bill James is today's 75-word on Paragraph Planet
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Nancy Freund Oct 28
This is a doozy! I'm in awe. Flash Dancers: Ekphrastic Singles -
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The Arcanist Oct 28
It's finally here! Grab our contest collection, Halloween Flash, on Kindle, or read it for free on Kindle Unlimited now!
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Bristol Noir Oct 28
Something real, dark, lyrical and moody from Mark McConville - ENJOY!
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Ian G aka Lotan Brown Oct 28
is back for November. Have you guessed the prompt yet? All will be revealed on Friday. Join us to write a new , , , or share a pice of your
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Craytus Jones (aka Bob Johnson) Oct 28
She died with her face in a book. She was picturing an angel with a burning sword slicing through the tyranny of men. Her empty eyes focused on the word "freedom." Her last breath was poetry. Nobody would pay attention to such details, but, to her, they mattered.
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TSS Publishing Oct 25
Flash Fiction: ‘A Keeper’ by David O’Dwyer
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Tracy Fells Oct 28
It's trotters up from LitPig for Anita Goveas' collection FAMILIES AND OTHER NATURAL DISASTERS . Humour plays with the bittersweet in these tales, the writing is clever & imaginative.
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Pulp Modern Oct 28
provides some pleasant cannibalism literature just in time for this week at PULP MODERN FLASH:
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Bristol Noir Oct 27
A flash of grit, with atmosphere, pace and a dark heart from Max Thrax!
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Siobhan Muir #ProudParent🏳️‍🌈 17h
Week 437 is now LIVE. Come tie on a spooky tale for judge and bring your best flash. Got a Halloween themed tale to tie? Special invite
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Columbia Center for Archaeology Oct 27
Looking for a sample of a or ? Look no further:
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Eric Wilder Oct 25
MURKY BAYOU: Discarded Gold - a There are times when human communication is more telepathy than oratory
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Susanne Knight Oct 25
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Paul Kocak Oct 27
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Deborah A Stansil 11h
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Lori Cramer Oct 27
Deleting words and it feels so good.
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Siobhan Muir #ProudParent🏳️‍🌈 14h
Mwahahahahaha! Have you tied on a spooky tale for judge in the Week 437 challenge? What are you waiting for, the bats to come home to the belfry? Tie on that tale.
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Tortive Theatre 18h
Another milestone reached today! We’ve officially had 101 entries for this month’s competition. Entries have come from across the 🌍. Thank you to all who continue to take part in this project. You’re all awesome. Keep writing.
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