Our Nominations for The Best Small Fictions 2018 Are…

 

Small Worlds – Wassily Kandinsky, 1922

The Best Small Fictions honors fiction of 6 to 1,000 words published in a calendar year. As we are eligible to nominate up to 5 pieces for inclusion in their 2018 anthology, we have selected:

“Picnic” by A. E. Weisgerber (560 words), from our Spring 2017 issue.

“Mission Concept” by Peter H.Z. Hsu (716 words), from our Summer 2017 issue.

“Left Behind” by Kaj Tanaka (512 words), from our Summer 2017 issue.

“Drought” by Kim Coleman Foote (390 words), from our Fall 2017 issue.

and “X-Ray” by Rosie Adams (474 words), from our Winter 2018 issue.

Best of luck to all our nominees, and thanks as ever for contributing your extraordinary small fictions to our weird little zine!

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