Every Day Fiction (redux)

Every Day Fiction is a flash fiction magazine that publishes one story daily on their web site, http://www.everydayfiction.com. Founded in 2007, this group of talented Canadians celebrate their 6th anniversary this month. They accept all genres of fiction with a 1,000 word limit for submissions. EDF has a relatively large audience of more than 10,000 subscribers and annually publishes an anthology of the best 100 stories of the year. Every Day Fiction is considered by many as one of the best online literary markets.

This month my story, “Kin” will be published on Friday, September 6. It’s the story of a family reunion and the gathering of the last harvest in the home place’s orchard.

This is the second story I’ve submitted to Every Day Fiction and had accepted for publication. The first was “Tag, You’re It,” published in May of this year.

You can read and comment on my stories on their site. Or become an email subscriber, like me. I’ve discovered several up and coming authors whose stories are published on the Every Day Fiction site and whose blogs I’ve begun to follow here on WordPress.

I appreciate you, my readers, following or just visiting my blog and would love to hear your comments about my story. Thanks for stopping by again!

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3 comments on “Every Day Fiction (redux)

  1. I, too, have had a story published on EDF, and I, too most admire excellent flash. I just read Kin and left a comment. I have created my blog on blogger and will have it up and running soon. I hope you’ll visit.

  2. M.E. Garber says:

    Hi! I just made a tiny post mentioning your story. Here’s the link, if you’re interested: http://megarber.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/bits-and-bobs-at-the-end-of-summer/

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