Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine

Some great news today: One of my short fiction pieces has been accepted by Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine. Previous contributors include Margaret Atwood, Jennifer Egan, Dave Eggers, Alan Beard and Ethel Rohan... some amazing company to find myself in!

You can subscribe to the magazine here, or purchase a single issue here. My piece will be in the April 2013 issue and it's called Icarus.

32 comments:

  1. Congratulations again; this is so exciting! I'm definitely buying a copy. I may ask you to sign it. :)

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  2. Amazing news! Congratulations, Jane!

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  3. What great news!! Congratulations!

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  4. Bravo Jane! Your writing goes so often to a very deep and private place. Can't wait to read
    your story and am so pleased for your new success. Best to you!


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  5. Congratulations Jane!! I just pre-ordered a copy. You're amazing. xx

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    1. Thanks so much Hila. I hope you like it!

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  6. congratulations! great feeling. :)

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  7. Jane! Congratulations! So happy for you! x

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  8. congratulations! i will definitely be ordering - i really enjoy your writing here.
    Ellie

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  9. Congratulations Jane. You must be thrilled. I know I am.

    xo jane

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  10. congratulations, Jane! so happy for you :)

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  11. Well done Jane - thats amazing! The cream always rises to the top :)

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  12. oh, congratulations jane! i'm not surprised and i'm very happy for you! xx

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  13. Wonderful news!! Congratulations, Jane. And wishing you the Muse's inspiration again on your next story!

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  14. Oh, how exciting, Jane! Congratulations!!

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