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Staccato is all about microfiction.
Launched in Athens, Georgia, in 2005 as a semiannual print magazine, the editors soon realized that their small print-runs weren’t enough and they could deliver microfiction to more readers more efficiently if they focused their efforts online. Relaunched in 2009 out of Brooklyn, Staccato is now a forum where you can read and comment on stories from your favorite writers and writers you’ve probably never heard of.
We don’t want this to be a one-sided conversation, though, so please let us know what we can do better, discuss and review the stories on our site, and sign up for our email newsletter where you’ll hear about breaking news and upcoming events.
But we’ve already taken up too much space. This is, after all, a place for microfiction, and we of all people should know better.www.staccatofiction.com