“Writer Types” Podcast featuring Nancy Stohlman, Beau Johnson & Ryan Sayles

I chatted with Eric Beetner of the Writer Types Podcast last weekend about flash fiction, crossover genres, the virtues of brevity, and my journey to creating Going Short: An Invitation to Flash Fiction

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9-14-2020

In today’s episode, Eric is joined by Nancy Stohlman to talk about flash fiction and her new book Going Short. Plus authors Beau Johnson and Ryan Sayles.

All music used by permission under the creative commons license. Music in this episode includes:

The Diplomatic Scandal by The Polish Ambassador

Urchins by Rondo Brothers

You Like It by Vibe Tracks

Chuuch BY The Good Lawdz

Grassy Hill by Huma-Huma

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Flash Q & A with Nancy Stohlman: Where do (your) stories come from?

Nancy Stohlman answers your common and not-so-common questions about flash fiction.

Today’s question: Your story “Loch Ness” is one of my favorite flashes. Where did it come from?

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Link to story “Loch Ness

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Nancy Stohlman is the author of Going Short: An Invitation to Flash Fiction (releasing October 15, 2020 from Ad Hoc Fiction) as well as multiple books of flash fiction including Madam Velvet’s Cabaret of Oddities (a finalist for a 2019 Colorado Book Award), The Vixen Scream and Other Bible Stories (2014), and The Monster Opera (2013). She is the creator of The Fbomb Flash Fiction Reading Series and FlashNano in November. Her work has been anthologized in the W.W. Norton New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction and the Best Small Fictions 2019. She teaches at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Flash Q & A with Nancy Stohlman: Must flash fiction have a twist ending?

Nancy Stohlman answers your common and not-so-common questions about flash fiction.

Today’s question: Must flash fiction have a twist ending?

http://www.nancystohlman.com Nancy Stohlman is the author of Going Short: An Invitation to Flash Fiction (releasing October 15, 2020 from Ad Hoc Fiction) as well as multiple books of flash fiction including Madam Velvet’s Cabaret of Oddities (a finalist for a 2019 Colorado Book Award), The Vixen Scream and Other Bible Stories (2014), and The Monster Opera (2013). She is the creator of The Fbomb Flash Fiction Reading Series and FlashNano in November. Her work has been anthologized in the W.W. Norton New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction and the Best Small Fictions 2019. She teaches at the University of Colorado Boulder.