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WriteAngles Journal Writer’s Guidelines

Thank you for submitting to WriteAngles Journal! We accept flash fiction and flash memoir (narrative slice of life) up to 500 words from writers who have registered for events sponsored by WriteAngles, Inc.

Here are some things we look for in your piece.

1. Carefully polished and proofread work.

2. A beginning that hooks the reader.

3. Strong verbs and vivid, concrete details.

4. An ending that leaves the reader with a gift (e.g. a “flash” of insight).

Please email your submission as a Word document to editor Joan Axelrod-Contrada at writeanglesjournal@comcast.net

— In the subject line, indicate whether your submission is flash fiction or flash memoir.

— Include 50-word author’s bio at the end of your piece.

— Attach a JPG author’s photo (head and shoulders).

We appreciate all your hard work and will email you a personal response in a timely manner. Happy writing!

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We have published a new work of flash fiction by Mary Anne Slack.

 

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New flash fiction

We have just published a new flash fiction submission by Ellie Dias.

 

 

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New flash fiction

Just published, new flash fiction by Siegfried Haug.

 

 

 

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Just published, flash fiction by Fanny Rothschild.

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New flash fiction

We have published a flash fiction contribution by Tamara Stenn.

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FLASH FICTION AND MEMOIR

Contributors to WriteAngles Journal, an online publication of WriteAngles, Inc., will read their short, short stories and personal essays on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, at Forbes Library, 20 West Street, Northampton, Massachusetts, at 2 p.m.

Everyone who attends the reading will be eligible to submit to the fall edition of WriteAngles Journal.

The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

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We have just published flash fiction by Ernie Brill in the WA Journal.

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We have published new flash fiction by Marya Zilberberg.

Somehow this didn’t get sent out successfully yesterday.

Scroll down on the Journal page to Marya’s piece, which is second.

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A new submission by Amy Laprade has just been published.

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