The Creative Process (Paris) in Collaboration with NFFR

We’re very excited here at New Flash Fiction Review! A handful of excerpts from New Flash Fiction Review‘s last 5 years have been selected to be part of a visual projection feature by The Creative Process  in Paris an upcoming exhibition for the European Consortium For Humanities Institutes and Centres and shown (projected on the wall) of the old and lovely University of Leuven in Belgium (April 4th-to June)! These excerpts were chosen by The Creative Process’ staff, and will be shown along with work from writers in the Iowa Writers Workshop International Program.

NFFR authors whose work will be included are:

Stuart Dybek, Robert Shapard, Steve Adams, Peter Cherches, Gary Fincke, Grant Faulkner, Jude Higgins, Cezarija Abartis, Daryl Scroggins, Jane Ciabattari, Nin Andrews, Nuala O’Connor, Bobbie Ann Mason, David James and Steve Cushman

The Creative Process Exhibition was launched at the Sorbonne by acclaimed Parisian artist Mia Funk.
TCP is a traveling exhibition that brings together over 100 leading writers and creative thinkers in iconic portraits and engaging interviews. The Creative Process is being exhibited in top-tier universities and selected establishments around the world. As a part of our non-profit international educational initiative, we are also publishing poems, stories, essays, and creative works. It is traveling to forty leading universities around the world. The exhibition consists of interviews with over 100 esteemed writers, including Etkar Keret, George Saunders, Joyce Carol Oates, Paul Auster, Neil Gaiman, Tobias Wolff, Richard Ford, Junot Díaz, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Jane Smiley, Marie Darrieussecq, Maxine Hong Kingston, Dave Eggers, Rick Moody, Ann Beattie, Sam Lipsyte, Robert Olen Butler, and more.

Some of the other participating magazines for past exhibitions include: Tin House, The Iowa Review, LA Review of Books, Columbia Journal, Washington Square Review, Ninth Letter, Michigan Quarterly Review.

As you can imagine, we’re thrilled.