A native of South Carolina, Brandon Wicks currently resides in Philadelphia, where he writes, teaches, and contributes as an associate editor to SmokeLong Quarterly. He is the author of the novel American Fallout. His short fiction, essays, and poetry have appeared Pembroke Magazine, Sou’wester, The Southern Poetry Anthology, and other publications. He earned his MFA in Creative Writing from George Mason University.
In SmokeLong‘s “Why Flash Fiction?” series, flash fiction writers and editors explore what draws them to the form, from the first time they wrote a piece of flash to why flash resonates with them. In this column, flash fiction writer and Longform Contributing Fiction Editor James Yates compares and contrasts his experiences with flash and longer … Continue reading What is Possible
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