Where to read, hear, and meet your favorite Flash Flash Click contributors:
Don’t miss the next Roar Shack reading, happening March 13 at 826 LA in Los Angeles, hosted by contributor David Rocklin!
Enjoy contributor Lisa Locascio’s story “Shut Down,” now up at Angels Flight literary west!
Come to Bindercon LA and meet contributor Lauren Eggert-Crowe and editor Siel Ju at their panel, How to Build a Writing Community, on March 19 at 2 pm at UCLA.
Contributor Anna Scotti‘s story “How I Ended Up Here” got an honorable mention for Bayou Magazine’s James Knudsen Prize for fiction.
Editor Siel Ju will read at the Best of the West Reading at Villains Tavern in Los Angeles, hosted by The Los Angeles Review, Pacifica Literary Review, and CutBank on March 31 at 6 pm.
The AWP panel The Flash Sequence: A Reading and Discussion will feature contributors Robert Alexander and Sonia Greenfield (whose work will debut on Flash next week!), as well as editor Siel Ju. Meet us all on April 1 at 9 am.
Don’t miss contributor Mary Rechner, who’ll moderate an AWP panel — A Writer’s Guide to Political Advocacy — on April 1 at 3 pm.
A special Vermin on the Mount reading happens April 2 at pehrspace in Los Angeles. Contributor Jim Ruland will host — along with Razorcake!
Then head over to the New Short Fiction Series 20th Anniversary reading. Mary Rechner‘s story “Short Sale,” originally published in the Burnside Review, will be performed on April 1 at 6:30 pm at The Regent Theater in Los Angeles.
Contributors Lauren Becker and Bryan Hurt will be out and about during AWP — Stop them and say hello!
Read Anna Scotti’s ekphrasis, “I See What We Must Become,” in the Iron Horse Literary Review’s Photo Finish issue.
Chicagoans: Hear contributor Lisa Locascio read at the art exhibit opening for Frances F. Denny! Stop by the Schneider Gallery on April 1 at 5 pm.
Lisa Locascio will read for Californian audiences too at the Los Angeles Review issue launch reading on April 7 at 7 PM at Flintridge Bookstore.
Watchlist: 32 Short Stories by Persons of Interest, edited by contributor Bryan Hurt, has been sold into translation in Italian and Turkish!
Find Anna Scotti‘s essay “Fourteen” in The Wonder Institute’s compilation Wonder.