Well, The Gazette is on page three of Google under the key words “flash fiction.” That’s not bad when you consider that The Gazette is only published four times a week. What this means is that if you are a new writer and would like to get some exposure for your work, The Gazette would be a great place to start.
Now don’t just send something in. Do your homework. Give your creative writing a chance at being published. First off read the submission guidelines. They’re real easy. The Submissions tab is at the top of the page.
Then if you really want to put the odds of being published in your favor, read a couple of the stories that have already found a home here at The Gazette.
The Gazette likes realistic stories about characters that seem like real people caught up in real life events. Beyond these tips you can write about anything.
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