I don’t often write about inanimate objects but this week there are two fifty-worders about things rather than people. The third story this week may ring a bell if you’ve been following a certain court case. Microfiction is becoming a thing for me it seems – I’m signed up for a workshop, and am keenly following various authors who specialise in tiny stories, fifty-worders and other extreme forms of short fiction. I will return to longform at some point. I just don’t know when.
For more tiny stories try this magazine site. That’s it for this week – remember to share your own microfictions in the comments, or link me up to them and I’ll share!
20/04/2018 at 23:25
Hi Sef, this is great. If you’re interested in flash fiction that’s a bit longer, I host a weekly location-based prompt called WhatPegmanSaw.com. New prompts every Saturday. 150 words. Love to see you!
21/04/2018 at 11:29
Thanks! I’ll take a look. Tiny stories rule!
23/04/2018 at 17:43
Very enjoyable short bits! Thank you! The Amazonians was very amusing, and the Corfu one beautifully descriptive!
24/04/2018 at 11:19
Thank you! I have quite a few on the blog now if you want to take a look. And please share any fifty-worders of your own – though I warn you, creating tiny stories is highly addictive! Thanks for commenting, I appreciate it.