|IS SERIAL FICTION REALLY FLASH OR SHORT?||3||Gloria Garfunkel||1 month ago by Elizabeth Kate Switaj|
|Flash?||1||Benjamin Matvey||1 year ago by Benjamin Matvey|
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|Story being auctioned by Significant Objects for Girls Write Now||1||Sari Cunningham||3 years ago by Sari Cunningham|
|Flash at Drunken Boat||1||Ann Bogle||3 years ago by Ann Bogle|
|Interview||5||Timothy Gager||over 3 years ago by Timothy Gager|
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|Any "in progress" stories you'd like to post here?||2||Richard Cooper||1 year ago by D. Ohana|
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I think it depends. If each part of the serial stands on its own, then each is a work of flash fiction. I've usually found in my own writing practice that this works best when each piece tells the ...
Frayed edges are brilliant.