Another fine review of Flash Fiction International. Read it here.
Features and Media
BOOK REVIEW BY BOSTON LITERARY MAGAZINE: FLASH FICTION INTERNATIONAL
Nancy Stohlman reviews Flash Fiction International, a collection of flash fiction edited by Christopher, saying, "One of the revelations I have as I engage with this collection is the uniqueness and distinction of culture and cultural interests and the universality of storytelling that crosses culture." Read the full review here.
AN INTERVIEW WITH LEONARD SCHWARTZ
Christopher talks to Leonard Schwartz of Jacket 2 about Only the Nails Remain: Scenes from the Balkan Wars. Check out the full interview now!
NEW EPISODE OF ALOUD PODCASTS
An episode called "Song of Myself: Walt Whitman in Other Words" in which are readings and discussion between Luis Alberto Ambroggio, Christopher Merrill and Sholeh Wolpé. Listen to it here.
A HOBART SYMPOSIUM ON FLASH FICTION INTERNATIONAL
A symposium arranged by Christopher's co-editor, Robbie Shepard, in which authors from the U.S., Mexico, Israel, New Zealand, India, Australia, and Brazil respond to questions on writing flash fiction (with some interesting rules!). Take a look here.
BOOK REVIEW BY BREVITY: FLASH FICTION INTERNATIONAL
Sarah Freligh publishes a splendid review on Flash Fiction International on the website of Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Nonfiction. Read her thoughts on it here.
BOOK REVIEW BY BEATTIE'S BOOK BLOG: FLASH FICTION INTERNATIONAL
An insightful review by Elizabeth Morton from New Zealand. In it, she touches on her perspective of having her own country represented in its publication. Read it here.
BOOK REVIEW BY FICTION SOUTHEAST: FLASH FICTION INTERNATIONAL
A new review by Andrew Bertaina of Fiction Southeast on Flash Fiction International. Read his thoughts here.
A CONVERSATION IN SPANISH WITH EL MALPENSANTE
Christopher talks to Andrés Hoyos about creative writing. Read it here in Spanish!
BOOK REVIEW BY THE SCOTSMAN: FLASH FICTION INTERNATIONAL
A great review by Roger Cox, citing: "Fragmented and rather fine, Flash Fiction International: Very Short Stories From Around The World is no flash in the pan." Read more here.