PLACES TO SUBMIT FLASH




Anthologies

Rose Metal Press, Inc. is an independent, not-for-profit publisher of hybrid genres specializing in the publication of short short, flash, and micro-fiction; prose poetry; novels-in-verse or book-length linked narrative poems; and other literary works that move beyond the traditional genres of poetry, fiction, and essay to find new forms of expression.
Fast Forward Press is dedicated to publishing compressed forms of literature across the globe. Since 2007, they have published an annual anthology of flash fiction.
Telling Our Stories Press (TOSP) is an independent literary imprint with a focus on
the art of short memoir and personal narratives.
Wising Up Press is looking for short memoir. Their motto is finding the We in Them, the Us in You.   
Writer’s Relief is an on-line newsletter that compiles calls for submissions to anthologies. bioStories is an on-line anthology of flash memoir and personal stories.
Poets & Writers classifieds list calls for anthology submissions plus contests, and more.
Future Tense Publishing
EChapbooks, on various themes
Freeze Frame 1000 words or less.

Journals

5x5 is a concise literary magazine, looking for fiction and non-fiction 500 words or less 
100 Word Story. That’s right, 100 words. 
The Boiler Journal, nothing over 2,500 words
Word Riot publishes flash fiction under 1000 words
Ruminate. A print journal that accepts flash
Vestal Review. A print journal with some on-line content. PAYS!
Stories up to 100 words (excluding the title)--10 cents a word.
Stories between 101 and 200 words--5 cents a word.
Stories between 201 and 500 words--3 cents a word.
Marco Polo takes flash and short shorts
The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts is a non-profit publisher of compressed creative arts, such as micro fiction, flash fiction, prose poetry, compressed poetry & visual arts, and whatever other forms compression might take
Hippocampus asks that submissions be no more than 3,500 words in the memoir and essay category and less than 800 words for flash creative nonfiction pieces
Fringe accepts flash fiction 1,000 words or less
The Molotov Cocktail is interested in volatile flash fiction, words not to exceed 1000 words
The Postcard Press accepts prose submissions of up to 100 words
SmokeLong publishes flash fiction up to 1000 words. No memoir or non-fiction.
Brevity publishes brief essays, 750 words or less
Monkeybicycle accepts one-sentence stories
Two Sentence Stories. Big stories in two-little sentences.
The Collagist considers all lengths of short fiction, from short-shorts through novella. Send one story, one novella, or a batch of one to three short-shorts
Double Room: A Journal of Prose Poetry and Flash Fiction
Flash Fiction On-line publishes stories from 500 to 1,000 words in length
Toasted Cheese Literary
Wig Leaf stories under 1000 words
Vine Leaves no more than 800 words, vignettes
Flash Fiction World
Morgen Bailey's Writing Blog=Flash Fridays
Tin House Magazine=Flash Friday
Friday Flash Dot Org
Flash Memoirs
20 Minutes a Day
3:amMagazine doesn't pay, less than 2,000 words
Matter Press, a journal that publishes weekly compressions & decompressions
Flash Frontier (New Zealand, open to all world citizens)
Ardor Lit Mag, SHORT-SHORTS (up to 1000 words, up to 3 pieces)
365 Tomorrows, science fiction flash
Free Flash Fiction, stories of 200-1000 words, on various themes
Episodic flash<800 words
Ginger Piglet A journal of small literary things and visual work.
Popshot Magazine from the UK
Subterranean Quarterly flash <1000 words
Meekling Press postcard series!
Tell Us a Story ditto
Flash Frontier out of New Zealand (yeah!) <250 words, themed
Ardor flash <1000 words
This Very Breath Literary Journal of Flash Fiction and Nonfiction, check it out, a fan of this site
Dash concentrated expressions of creativity, with an emphasis on brevity
Spartan minimalist prose
Getting Something Read  "if compression is the first grace of style" <700 words

Resources

4 comments:

Daniel Wallock said...

You can also submit flash fiction under 750 words to http://www.thisverybreath.com/

Or submit a 100 word story to http://www.thisverybreath.com

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David Gregory said...

If you've got a funny flash fiction story or monologue in under 500 words, you can sent your story to FunnyInFiveHundred.com.