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Polar Bears, Cannibals, and Facebook: The Meandering Ponderings of Mister Essay Writer Guy

Polar Bears, Cannibals, and Facebook: The Meandering Ponderings of Mister Essay Writer Guy

Moore’s a master of the short, witty essay, and this book is a collection of some of his best.
In Praise of Randomness

In Praise of Randomness

by Vivian Wagner
 
My love of randomness started when I went to a weekend writers’ retreat and heard a presentation by the mystery novelist Kylie Logan about using tarot cards to inspire our writing.
Story Slices: Experimental Writing with Laurie Wagner

Story Slices: Experimental Writing with Laurie Wagner

by Vivian Wagner
 
We weren’t supposed to worry about whether we were writers or photographers. We were just snapping photos and writing things to go along with them.
Suicide Notes: A Look at Marcia Aldrich’s Companion to an Untold Story

Suicide Notes: A Look at Marcia Aldrich’s Companion to an Untold Story

by Vivian Wagner
 
Marcia Aldrich’s Companion to an Untold Story is the story of her friend Joel’s suicide, told in bits and pieces in the form of an abecadarium.
Five Minute Mornings

Five Minute Mornings

by Vivian Wagner
 
Who doesn’t have five minutes? Even on my busiest days, I can find that kind of time. And what I’ve found is that those few minutes, taken every day, add up.
Upcoming Flash Contests

Upcoming Flash Contests

By Vivian Wagner
 
So you’ve been working on flash prose pieces all summer, and now you’re wondering where to send them.
Piecing Together a Life: Peggy Shumaker’s Just Breathe Normally

Piecing Together a Life: Peggy Shumaker’s Just Breathe Normally

by Vivian Wagner
 
Just Breathe Normally doesn’t use flash pieces because they’re trendy. It uses them because that’s the only way to tell this story.
A Postmodern Western

A Postmodern Western

by Vivian Wagner
 
I’ve been thinking lately about how we’re becoming more fragmented as readers and writers, and about how that might not be such a bad thing.
Short-Short-Short Stories: A Look at the #cnftweet World

Short-Short-Short Stories: A Look at the #cnftweet World

by Vivian Wagner
 
It’s pretty much the shortest possible flash nonfiction, and I’ve learned that it requires some skill and practice.

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