Aspiring writers, let the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette be your writing home. It doesn’t matter if you’re from Kansas or not. There’s no place like home.
Hello, bloggers, writers and my Flash Fiction Fanatics. The Old Soldier remembers what it was like to be an aspiring writer. I could never understand why editors would never give me at least a hint why they rejected my stories. I’m not going to do that to you.
If your story is not accepted the first time around, I’ll give you a short critique so that next time you’ll have a better chance of being published in the most dynamic flash fiction blog on the Internet.
Judy Garland was right. There is no place like home.
Just be sure to read and follow the submissions guidelines.
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