Posted on May 19, 2013 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
Woman As Art
We writers have a wonderful vocation. We try to capture life with our words. And life is made up of joy and pain.
We use our words to share our particular vision of life. It’s a struggle to be a writer, but the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is here to support you.
It is here to support you with entertainment, practical advice about how to write flash fiction, emotional support and at times with publication.
This blog continues to evolve. It began as the journal of a baby boomer. It is now a full-fledged magazine.
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Posted on May 3, 2013 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
Woman As Art
Yesterday, I published “To All The Penises I’ve Ever Known” by Lori Schafer. It’s a fine story and she is a talented writer.
Lori’s flash fiction gives you a peek into what the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is about: good creative writing and brazen sexuality.
But this blog is about other things, too. I could count off a list for you, but that would be dry and no fun. Just explore the site. Start with the front page.
Lori’s story will be on the front page for several weeks.
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The Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette is a blog of creative writing and brazen sexuality. It is published near the University of Pittsburgh.
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