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Five Questions with Ann Hillesland

Sophie Rosenblum: We’re publishing your piece, “Gravity and Wind” in the next issue of NANO Fiction. There is a kind of love story happening within…

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How I Write – Jess Richardson

When/how/where do you write? When:  Mornings. When I’m lucky, like I was today, morning extends into afternoon. I stopped at 2:39 today. How:  Haltingly. Or…

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Five Questions with Stevie Edwards

Sophie Rosenblum: We’re publishing your piece, “Lousy Elegy for Ben Chalmers,” in the next issue of NANO Fiction. This piece addresses a kind of fear…

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How I Write – Tasha Cotter

  When/how/where do you write? I tend to write on the run. I work full-time and I’m pursuing a Masters in Adult Education degree right…

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Five Questions with Marcella Vokey

Sophie Rosenblum: We’re publishing your piece, “Donor,” in the next issue of NANO Fiction. There are some very surreal moments in this story. Can you…

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Thank You for Ten Years of NANO Fiction

When NANO Fiction began in 2006, the editors were a handful of students wanting to create a space for short stories. There were the lit…

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5 Questions with 2016 NANO Prize Winner Charles Rafferty

NANO Fiction: Congratulations on your flash piece (“Medusa”) winning the 2016 NANO Prize! What was your inspiration for writing this story? Charles Rafferty: I’ve been…

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A Note to Subscribers

NANO Fiction will be canceling all Paypal subscribers on Friday, November 11, 2016. An email documenting the cancelation and any possible refund for a remaining balance will…

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How I Write – Shannon Sweetnam

When/how/where do you write? If I’m at home, I write in the dining room which is my office. See the picture below. There’s usually a…

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How I Write – Caitlin Corrigan

When/how/where do you write? It varies. Lately I’ve been in kind of a creative slump, so I’ve been handwriting in a few different notebooks basically…

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