Congratulations to Sherrie Flick for co-editing the upcoming flash fiction anthology Flash Fiction America with John Dufresne and James Thomas, published by W. W. Norton & Company. The anthology features 73 stories examining the breadth of the American experience.
Thomas, Flick, and Dufresne’s elegant anthology brims with economical, well-crafted prose…[Flash Fiction America] showcases a multitude of talent.Publishers Weekly
Literary Cleveland will be showcasing the anthology through its annual, remote Flash Fiction Festival from February 19th to February 25th. Register by February 17th to participate in the festival. The festival will feature workshops offered by authors and editors from Flash Fiction America including Aimee Bender, Venita Blackburn, Desiree Cooper, and John Dufresne.
The anthology will see many in-person readings as well, including a reading panel at the AWP conference hosted in Seattle with Chauan Craig, Rion Amilcar Scott, Terese Svoboda, and Venita Blackburn. Flash Fiction America will be read Friday, March 10th, during the conference’s time at Seattle Convention Center from March 8th to March 10th.
Later, on March 30th, an in-person book and reading will take place at the White Whale bookstore and Bottlerocket Social Hall in Pittsburgh. Those expected to attend include Tyrese Coleman, Bergita Bugarija, Dave Housley, Chauna Craig, Gwen Kirby, Desiree Cooper, and potentially Terese Svoboda.
Finally, back in the west coast, the anthology will be featured at the Bay Area Book Festival in Berkeley, California on May 6th and 7th.
These deeply original stories create a mesmerizing kaleidoscope of experience.Booklist
Pre-order Flash Fiction America before its February 14th release here. Learn more about Sherrie Flick by visiting her website, connecting with her on twitter @sherrieflick, following her on instagram, and checking out her facebook page. Her nonfiction piece Not Talking About Sage was featured in issue 10.
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