Saturday 27th June 2015 marks the fourth annual National Flash Fiction Day, a celebration of all that is bold and brief about this ultra-short literary form.
Every year there are a number of events, competitions, readings, and publications - including the ever-impressive National Flash Fiction Day anthology.
The book this year is called "Landmarks" (after Ian Shine's story) and is centred on the theme of "Geography". Over 60 writers contributed to this volume, taking the theme in a huge variety of literal and metaphorical directions - with none of the stories coming in at any more than 500 words.
I'm delighted to have had a story accepted for the book; mine is called "Postcards". Buy a copy of the book in print or for your Kindle at this link.