I like to tell this story. It was flash fiction that won me a K. LeRoy Irvis Fellowship that was worth at least $60,000 that paid for my MFA in fiction writing at the University of Pittsburgh which I attended between 2003 to 2006. That fellowship not only paid for three years of graduate school, but it also gave me a $950 monthly stipend to live off of for those three years.
Then during my last year of graduate school, a local print weekly began paying me $30 for each story it accepted and it accepted my stories for over two years.
Now the Old Soldier has an ebook of flash fiction that he is marketing.
So, can you make money from writing flash fiction? Definitely. Oh, the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette publishes a flash fiction story the first week of every month and it pays a fee of $10 to the writer by PayPal.
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