Our Listerature deadline is today! Woot! Thanks to everyone who’s been submitting and following along. You all rock! For those still looking to submit, you can find all the info here.
It’s short notice here on Tumblr, but our Listerature submission deadline is tomorrow. What is Listerature? It’s a (possibly) clever phrase we may or may not have coined to describe a short story in the form of a list. And it’s any kind of list really: a shopping list, a to-do list, Richard Nixon’s enemies list. It doesn’t matter. As long as it tells a story. But...
Five Questions with Little Fiction's Troy Palmer.
I recently sat down for a brief interview with Jeff McAllister of Mosaic to discuss the past, present and future of Little Fiction and digital publishing. Enjoy, Troy
Andrew F. Sullivan Interview.
Andrew F. Sullivan, author of Little Fiction title Bright Outside, joined us for an interview to talk about his sprawling and vivid short story, his writing process and what he enjoys most about short fiction. LF: Your bio says that you worked in a warehouse. How much did that experience inspire Bright Outside? Andrew: The warehouse provided a loose framework, but the story sprang more from the...
Shawn Syms Interview.
Shawn Syms, author of Little Fiction story The Exchange, took some time out of his day to let us interview him about his short story, writing in general and what’s next for the writer whose journalism, essays, book reviews, and short fiction have appeared in The Journey Prize 21, The Globe and Mail, National Post, The Rumpus, Joyland and quite honestly, far too many other publications to name...
Paint By Numbers.
Paint By Numbers is a story about butterflies, sex and learning to swim by refusing to drown. And yes, painting. It comes to us from Will Johnson, a writer and journalist from Vancouver, B.C. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Prairie Fire, Burner Mag, This Side of West, The Fiddlehead, Island Writer and Pearls. Paint By Numbers is also the first of two stories from Will that Little...
Sacrificial Lamb is a beautifully written story of mothers and daughters, sisters and families, loss and learning. It comes to Little Fiction from Selaine Henriksen, a writer who has worked many jobs—from bookstore clerk to Research Technologist—to support her writing habit. She resides in Ottawa, Ontario where she is a member of Capital Crime Writers. In addition to being a writer, Selaine...