Geri Schear offers some great advice from her experience writing Sherlock Holmes pastiches.
Read some great flash fiction at Flash Frontier and find out about submissions.
This morning I read a review of Robert Olen Butler's "Tabloid Dreams" on Goodreads, and I got very excited to read this story collection. Butler, my favorite short fiction writer, is an artist with words, and the review expressed the same sentiments I have for his work. Maybe it caught me at just the right … Continue reading A Marriage of Genres: Literary and Christian Fiction
In this post I talk about writing prompts, exercises, and pastiches and how they can help improve your fiction.
I recently stumbled upon a great read on Electric Lit (Medium) on the topic of flash fiction. The State of Flash Fiction is a conversation between David Galef, author of Brevity, A Flash Fiction Handbook (which looks sweet, but pricey) and Len Kuntz, a fiction writer and editor at Literary Orphans. This is a great … Continue reading A Flash Fiction Conversation and Open Submissions