Flash-fiction isn't just about writers, events and books, of course. No, there are also a lot of wonderful magazines, both online and real paper, publishing flash-fictions as well as writers working together on projects producing outstanding work. Some of them are listed below, but if you run one and would like it added, just send us your details to the address on the Contact page.
is the magazine of the Second Generation Network. Voices appears in print in January, May and October of each year. We are open to submissions on our current theme. Please see the website for more details.
A Quiet Courage
is an online literary journal specializing in tiny words. We publish compelling, poignant, memorable, and well-written microfiction and poetry in 100 words or less. Submit your best.
(We accept submissions in Spanish too - with their exact English translations).
We are a non-paying market. We don't charge any submission fees and never will.
Submissions are rolling - no deadlines. We look forward to reading your best work.
has a small but growing community writing great 100-word drabble stories. Come and visit. We're sure you'll find it an enjoyable place to write too.
Friday Flash Fiction
was started in September by Scottish writer Emma Baird and is based around a LinkedIn thread. Each Friday, contributors cough up 100-word-maximum stories, and we already have well over 500 stories in that short time. We have a Wordpress blog, and also a website www.fridayflashfiction.com
showcase site where everything ends up eventually (and anyone can send stories there, too). Please feel free to have a look.
is a collaborative project presenting readers with a new piece of short science and speculative ‘flash’ fiction each day. On the wire since August 1st 2005.
A unique flash fiction publication that runs a web and print edition (now in its tenth issue)ISSUE TEN OUT NOW
100 Word Story
Stories of, yes, you guessed it, exactly 100 words.
A pictures is worth it, so why not send in your 1000 words?
A graphic novel being created on Twitter, one tweet at a time, by 365 different writers, all in aid of The Teenage Cancer Trust. Amazing.
fourthirtythree is an audio magazine which broadcasts and podcasts short stories of around five minutes (up to 1,000 words), written and read by some of the best contemporary writers.
An online, not-for-profit magazine which promotes new writing and art from across the world.
Small, independent e-book Publisher.
The Casket of Fictional Delights
Home of Tube-Flash, Short Stories & Flash Fiction.
Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine
A biannual literary magazine, publishing quality stories and reviews of up to 360 words.
Quarterly flash-fiction competition.
Flash Fiction World
Flash fiction resources and a free quarterly contest.
The Flashnificent 7
7 writers - 7 days, a story a day, every day. Simple, but excellent.
Publishing exclusive fiction, poetry and interviews with leading and emerging writers.
For Books' Sake
UK webzine dedicated to promoting and celebrating writing by women.
Flash-fiction magazine based in Glasgow and run by Kirsty Logan
Stories that can fit on the back of a postcard.
Flash-Fiction app for your i-Thing.
Magazine publishing ten flash fiction stories, and a selection of single line stories, every quarter.
The Pygmy Giant
Online magazine featuring UK content, including flash-fiction.