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Short Fiction is a gift to your future self

Posted on: April 8, 2014

I’m over at the Apex Blog talking about how short fiction is a gift to your future self. (really. it is!).

While you’re over there, check out some of these other great posts. And just like short fiction, these posts are short and sweet.

The Unimportance of Short Fiction by Cameron Salisbury

Short is Awesome by A.C. Wise (I have to agree. short IS awesome. oh wait, we’re talking about short fiction! I thought we were talking about short people ;) ).

Believe it: It’s All About Length by Russell Dickerson

The Value of Short Fiction by Sigrid Ellis

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1 Response to "Short Fiction is a gift to your future self"

I love that cover art! The sophisticated tiger – wearing a stripy suit! Too funny. And, dare I mention the eyeless zebra head ornament!
Lynn :D


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