Flash Fiction Is The Art Of The Extremely Short Story Native To The Intense Competition Of The Internet Flash Arenas, The Flashdogs Are An International Pack Of Flash Fiction Writers Committed To Pushing The Envelope Of The Form Collected Here In The First Ever Flashdogs Anthology For Charity, You Will Find One Hundred And Ten Stories By Thirty Four Writers From Around The Globe Running The Gamut From Dark Comedy To Science Fiction To Poetry, This Anthology Showcases The Diversity Of The Pack With Open Submissions As Well As A Prompted Story From Each Writer In These Pages You Will Find Addicts And Astronauts, Dragons And Demons, Mothers And Madmen Charmed By Magicians And Haunted By Ghosts, You May Find Yourself Reading Straight Through Supper The Flashdogs Stories Will Sweep You Into A Hundred Universes Served In Small Bites Anyone Can Enjoy Any Proceeds From The Book Will Go To The Flashdogs Chosen Children S Book Charity See The Website For Details


10 thoughts on “Flashdogs

  1. Emily Street Emily Street says:

    This anthology presents over one hundred micro stories from a broad range of authors, spanning the genre from poetry to flash fiction with entire story arcs contained in tiny word counts Flash fiction is a tricky art requiring that rarest of authorial traits restraint I was impressed by the variety and ...


  2. Shirley Golden Shirley Golden says:

    I was attracted to this book as I m familiar with some of the authors work and know it is quality fiction There are a range of ideas from new, fantastical worlds to reflections on day to day life, with striking contributions from Natalie Bowers, Jacki Donnellan, Catherine Connolly, Pam Plumb and Emily June Street The stories are entertaining and interesting.My one criticism is that as a Flashdogs anthology, I was expecting purely flash fiction Many of the stories slip into short story territ I was attracted to this book as I m familiar with some of the authors work and know it is quality fiction There are a range of ideas from new, fantastical worlds to reflections on day to day life, with striking contributions from Natalie Bowers, Jacki Donnellan, Catheri...


  3. Liz Hedgecock Liz Hedgecock says:

    Disclosure I m one of the contributors to this book However, please don t let that put you off I ve been looking forward to reading this anthology very much I m in the lucky position of getting to read stories by many of these authors every week, as FlashDogs are keen competitors in online flash fiction contests And this anthology delivered beyond my rather high expectations I found some stories that I already knew and loved, and some new ones which showed a new side to a writer I thought Disclosure I m one of the contributors to this book However, please don t let that put you off I ve been looking forward to reading this anthology very much I m in the lucky position of getting to read stories by many of these authors every week, as FlashDogs are keen competitors in online flash fiction contests And this anthology delivered beyond my rather high expectations I found some stories that I already knew and loved, and some new ones which showed a new side to a writer I thought I was familiar with I particularly enjoyed the photo prompt stories over 30 different interpretations of one black and white photo Of course I had my favourites, but I m not going to single any out in the review because I think that s a matter of personal taste and nothing to do with the quality of the stories themselves If I could give 4.5 stars to the book, I would I think with an antholo...


  4. Beth Beth says:

    A wonderful collection of short fiction with stories covering as wide a range of subjects and genres as you would expect from thirty four diverse and talented writers.