It’s the Old Soldier here reporting from Pittsburgh. One of my proudest moments as an editor/publisher was when the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette became a paying market for flash fiction writers.
I want the publication of a new story by a guest writer the first week of every month to become a PFFG tradition. That’s where you can help.
This magazine publishes sexual, mainstream and literary fiction. Previously published stories are fine. Just read and follow the guidelines. Submissions are now open for July. The submissions tab is at the top of the page.
I came back from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh a little while ago. Now that I’m retired, I think I’ll start visiting the public library on a regular basis. A writer should never stop learning.
Read. Study. Write. Submit.
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