I’m thrilled to share the news that my quirky little story, This is the Year I Learn to Float, which began to form at a SmokeLong Quarterly workshop, with editors, Helen Rye and Christopher Allen, will be published by National Flash Fiction Day in their Flash Flood journal at around on 26 June for National Flash Fiction Day 2021. They will be celebrating their 10th anniversary.
National Flash Fiction Day was founded in 2011 to celebrate all that is exciting and bold and, above all, brief in the world of flash-fiction, and aims to:
- Promote flash fiction and flash fiction writers in the UK and beyond
- Inspire new shortform writing
- Encourage new writers and writers of other forms to explore flash fiction
- Provide a positive, encouraging, inclusive community for flash fiction writers and readers around the globe
National Flash Fiction Day was founded by Calum Kerr, and is currently run by Santino Prinzi, Ingrid Jendrzejewski and Diane Simmons.
Keep your eyes peeled on the @nationalflashfd Twitter page for lots of flash fiction pieces published through the day on 26 June.