Beth Thomas lives and writes in and for the desert southwest. Her dusty, ghosty, windy stories have appeared in ABQ Free Press, Wigleaf, El Portal, Contrary, PANK, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and other places. She was previously a senior editor at SmokeLong Quarterly and was the recipient of the first Kathy Fish Fellowship (2007).
What was the goal behind Flash Fiction International? Did you have any expectations starting out? Our publisher wanted us to do a new international book, based on a successful one we did years ago, Sudden Fiction International. We thought this time flash was the way to go. I’ve always loved seeing very short stories from … Continue reading SLQ interviews editor Robert Shapard about international flash fiction
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