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NANO Fiction & The Wigleaf Top 50 (and Longlist)!

We’re thrilled to announce that two stories published on our website have been included in the Wigleaf Top 50! Those stories are: Ryan Call’s “How…

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Overpopulation: III. Moon

With living space rapidly commodifying, the other organisms voted to break up with humanity. As the most docile, least pretentious organism, the trees were tasked with breaking…

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Overpopulation: II. Sahara

Human numbers grew out of control and the other species grew concerned. Panicked, the animals declared war on us. Every whale was white, every seagull an enlightened…

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Overpopulation: I. Antarctica

The planet was overpopulated and no one was willing to leave, so we came up with a plan to make more space. We pulled Antarctica up…

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Interview with 2016 NANO Judge Kellie Wells

Kirby Johnson: You are the author of Compression Scars, a collection of short stories (and the winner of the Flannery O¹Connor Award), and Fat Girl,…

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