It’s publication day for The Best Small Fictions 2019: one hundred and forty-six short pieces of (flash) (micro) fiction, including my story Do No Harm. I’m super honored to be included in this anthology alongside so many authors whose work I admire.
The Best Small Fictions anthology, now in its fifth year, presents one hundred and forty-six pristinely crafted pieces from an array of authors representing twenty-six nations and six continents. These short, elliptical works are varied and edgy, sorrowful and triumphant, provocative and visionary. The small fictions enclosed within this volume are always vibrant. They scintillate. They linger. With each story brief enough to savor at a stoplight or quick coffee break, the tales contained within 2019’s The Best Small Fictions promise to leave a mark.