Monday, February 20, 2006

Flash the Trash

I was looking at Duane Swierczynski's site (I can now spell that without the use of copy and paste, don't you know), just being nosy. And he was talking about a flash story he had up on another site, which I went and enjoyed the hell out of. Now, it just so happens that I wrote a couple of flash stories the other day, limiting myself to 300 or so words. One is for a forthcoming anthology (details coming), and the other (my wife says the better one) is now up on my man Tribe's Flashing In the Gutter site.

Check out my story BROKEN GLASS. It's true, you know. Check out Duane's. Checkout Pat's, Iain's, and everyone's stories. The beauty of these little buggers, see, is that they only take a minute or so to read.

5 comments:

Tribe said...

And a bad-ass piece of fiction it is, Charlie. Thanks.

Ray said...

Certainly is. I'm getting more and more wrapped up in this flash stuff, especially when it's done by class acts.

Charlie Williams said...

Cheers guys. I think the flash stuff can be as difficult as the novel. Mind you, if you take a year to write a flash piece you should seek help.

jason evans said...

Nice! I also appreciate the rarely-used 2nd person POV.

Flash fiction is very liberating.

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