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Flash Fiction Magazines
Here is our growing list of Flash Fiction Magazines to submit your work to. Flash fiction has become ever more popular in the last few years. It's a fiction that can entertain and grab your interest as much as longer pieces of writing, and flash fiction tends to be very challenging to write, but if you do write flash fiction here is a long list of magazines to submit your work to.
These flash fiction magazines have been collecting on our site for 10 years. We have a large stock of them, so some of these magazines may be brand new and some may be out of date. If you find an out of date magazine, please leave us a comment. We we will take action.
We hope this list helps you publish your flash fiction, and helps for you to find flash fiction magazines to read. Good luck on submitting and publishing your work.
Fictive Dream, established in May 2016, is an English language online literary magazine dedicated to the short story. It is a well-respected outlet for short story writers from all over the world including the UK,
Amy decided to found Cleaning up Glitter after realizing she wanted to have more control and say over how her work was published in Literary Magazines and Journals
High Noon is Trinity University's new student-run literary journal. We founded this journal in 2019 with the hopes of reaching and connecting with an audience of people from all backgrounds. Our journal brings so much to o
Zizzle is a literary magazine devoted to publishing quality, innovative fiction for young readers. We believe honest, engaging fiction nourishes young, inquisitive minds and helps foster a lifelong passion for reading and learning.
The Broken Cassette is an independent quarterly literary online magazine. It is currently based in New Delhi
The Missing Slate originated in Pakistan as a vehicle to promote original and innovative work from writers and artists of any age, from any country. The magazine aims to provide a platform
Grotesque Magazine is a quarterly publication for all things horror. The gory, the scary, the psychologically thrilling, and the supernatural can all find their homes here. Our magazine features contemporary and classic horror stories from both established and up-and-coming authors.
Since December 2014, Funny In Five Hundred has asked writers to create funny stories in five hundred words or less. Submit your work on the submission page
The Nottingham Review is a new British digital literary journal, looking to publish great flash fiction (50-1000 words) and short stories (1000-3000 words).
The shady doors is a new journal that publishes unusual, offbeat stories from every genre. We are based in Lowell
Loveliest: A Journal for Storytelling & Togetherness is a cross-genre magazine of literary and slow-lifestyle.
The Rag is an electronic literary magazine that focuses on grittier forms of contemporary short fiction. We publish in ePub, Kindle, and PDF formats, aiming for the e-reader/tablet market.
From the Editor Sitting on the veranda, among pines and oaks, looking out at my apple, pear and cherry trees with a hot cup of coffee in my hands I gaze east into the Colorado Desert 4,000 feet below,
We are a literary and arts magazine run by two passionate editors. Our magazine aims to engage writers and artists in an exploration of the senses, publishing photography, artwork, poetry and short stories.
At Cease, Cows we want to explore the contemporary, the strange, the big questions. We want to feel cultural pulses, expose mental arteries, bathe in both the sanguine and sanguinary. We want to publish prose and poems with fire and truth. Humans may be animals,
The Montucky Review is a web based poetry publication that seeks well crafted wordplay from both established and novice writers alike.
The Online Literary Magazine of the Southwest. We publish thought-provoking Short Films, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction and Poetry.
Ragnarok wants to see the best in fiction and creative nonfiction. Submit works up to 5,000 words for consideration for the next issue of Ragnarok the e-lit journal.
Thrice is offered completely free online. It is available in pdf as well as in device-ready formats. Print copies are available by order from MagCloud, for purchase.
Thumbnail Magazine is a collection of fine literary flash fiction and visual art from established and emerging writers and artists.
We envision Spry as a literary journal that features undiscovered and established writers' concise, experimental, hybrid, modern, vintage or just plain vulnerable writing. We see this as a place
Z-composition is a bi-monthly literary e-zine with a yearly print anthology slated to launch in 2012; October. New and established writers are welcome; we accept new and experienced writers
Slice of Life is a new online journal for flash prose. We are connected to the online writing workshop, Diving Deeper, but you don?t have to be a member to submit your work. We are looking
We are a "new" publication. EWR: Short Stories started publishing in the fall. The publication is on Every Writer's Resource.com a site that has been publishing for 6 years. It is one of the largest writer's websites in the world. It has over 1.5 million unique visits per year. EWR: Short Stories tries to publish at least 3 stories a week (one per day if we can).
Randomly Accessed Poetics is seeking poetry of all genres, flash fiction, explicit concept and language pieces (thoughtfully composed with the texture and rhythms of words laid down to form lines), erotica, and short stores up to 2000 words in length.
971 MENU is a purely online not-for-profit venture. We publish whenever we have enough work to justify an issue. That means five pieces. The minimum time between issues is thirty days, and attempts are made to coincide with the first of the month. We publish fiction and nonfiction of any length and sometimes accidentally other stuff. 971 MENU began in September 2006 as a publisher of fiction under 1000 words. We are pleased with our work, and we are quite pleased with the high-quality work we have been fortunate enough to publish, but we no longer limit ourselves in terms of length. However, your chance of seeing a thirty-page epic here is fairly slim. We still put out the short stuff, and some that's a little bit longer.
Here at the Kudzu Review we look for savvy, sharp, well polished literature that captures life in a post-natural world. We publish work, bi-annually, that is outstanding, and motivated by concerns with man?s place in the world. This isn?t your grandmother?s moldy copy of Shelly poems; show us the ?new-nature? with your place, post-colonial, post-gender, and activist writing. Give us new takes on what is ?natural.? Turn your ecocritical eye on any aspect of modern life, see what comes out. Avoid overt, or preachy messages. Enter contests for poetry, fiction, essays, and recipes. Cast new light on rapid species extinction, climate change, food production, technology, sustainability and community. Make us laugh; make us cry. Show us what it means to exist in an ecosystem, a biosphere. Most of all, inspire us
Whitewash Dreams is an American, online literary magazine founded in 2011 and based on Long Island in Hicksville, New York. The name derives from the poem ?Whitewash Dreams?, written by the founder in his college years. There is one line from the poem that embodies the purpose of this magazine: ?I want to make his existence someone?s poetry.? The goal of Whitewash Dreams is to move our readers with literature, to make them think, and question their own semiotics. Our bi-annual publications include fiction, creative-nonfiction, poetry, essays, and visual artworks. Whitewash Dreams is a place for ideas to converge on all types of literature and to make writer?s words our reader?s poetry.