New Flash Fiction Review’s founding editor, Meg Pokrass, is offering editing/critique for your flash stories or full short form manuscripts by request.
MEG POKRASS is the author of four books: “My Very End of the Universe: Five Mini-Novellas-in-Flash and a Study of the Form” (Rose Metal Press, Fall 2014) “Damn Sure Right” (Press 53, 2011) and “Bird Envy”, Harvard Bookstore bestseller, and a forthcoming flash fiction collection “The Dog Looks Happy Upside Down” (Etruscan Press, 2016)
Her flash fiction has been widely anthologized, and has appeared in over 220 literary journals including Five Points, Green Mountains Review, New World Writing, Mississippi Review, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Mid-American Review, PANK, Wigleaf, Smokelong Quarterly, Gigantic, Necessary Fiction, Nighttrain, The Rumpus, TNB Original Fiction, The Pedestal, JUKED, Failbetter, Flash Fiction International Anthology (W.W. Norton, 2015). Meg’s humor pieces, co-written with author Bobbie Ann Mason, have been showcased Five Points Literary Magazine and TNB Original Fiction. Pokrass has received multiple Pushcart Prize nominations, been showcased for Dzanc Books’ Short Story Month and have been nominated for Best of the Web, Best of the Net, and Wigleaf’s Top 50 [Very] Short Fictions.
In addition to editing New Flash Fiction Review, Pokrass serves as an associate editor for Frederick Barthelme’s New World Writing. She has mentored/taught for Dzanc Books and currently mentors/teaches for CUTTHROAT’s innovative online writer’s mentor-ship program. She offers flash fiction and online publishing workshops nationwide and works with writers privately to polish and deepen their work. Meg currently lives in San Francisco. For more information, visit her website.
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