December begins tomorrow bringing with it a fair amount of chaos. However, remember when you need a short break Every Day Fiction provides flash fiction that can be read during a coffee break.
Table of Contents
|Dec 1||Joyce Statton||Tidings|
|Dec 2||J.D. Rice||Questions|
|Dec 3||JR Hume||Dust on the Sun|
|Dec 4||Susan Kaempfer||How to Embarrass Mum and Dad|
|Dec 5||Ken Liu||The Letter|
|Dec 6||Joe Alan Artz||Knott Travel|
|Dec 7||Kurt Kirchmeier||Clicks and Whirs|
|Dec 8||A. F. McKeating||Listening|
|Dec 9||Randall Brown||Just Like Earth Girls|
|Dec 10||Karen Laine||Taking Chances|
|Dec 11||Brittany Michelson||Truth In Lemonade Stands|
|Dec 12||Alex Fleetwood||The Meaning of Hard Work|
|Dec 13||John Impey||Refrigerator Sphinx|
|Dec 14||Mark Wolf||Koggie and the Autonomous House|
|Dec 15||Omenka Helen Uchendu||If Only God Were Watching|
|Dec 16||Kaolin Imago Fire||It Comes Down to This|
|Dec 17||Elizabeth||Your Smile|
|Dec 18||Howard Cincotta||Silent Velcro|
|Dec 19||Mary J. Daley||Ready or Not|
|Dec 20||Richard Lamb||Making Merry|
|Dec 21||H.P. Mandrake||Long Goat|
|Dec 22||Ben Carey||The Girl with the Red Ribbon in Her Hair|
|Dec 23||Wanda Morrow-Clevenger||Roses and Peppermint Candy|
|Dec 24||Digby Beaumont||Who Knew More than Karen Carpenter About a Broken Heart?|
|Dec 26||Heather Holland Wheaton||Coats|
|Dec 27||Patrick S. Tomlinson||Earth Girls are Hard|
|Dec 28||Elizabeth Perfect||The Night the Planes Stopped Flying|
|Dec 29||Dee Turbon||One Kiss|
|Dec 30||Sandra Crook||The Old Ways|
|Dec 31||P. Djeli Clark||The Machine|
When will EDF writers find out if we made the cut for this year's print anthology?
I emailed Camille and here's your answer:
“We are working on selections now and I’m hoping to have emails out to authors before Christmas.
Good luck then!
And I'm glad you printed this list, someone I know is on it and I might have missed her story in the holiday rush!
Thanks for the answer! =]