The Best Microfiction series was founded by Meg Pokrass and Gary Fincke, with the first anthology in 2019. The anthologies celebrate the smallest stories and the literary journals that publish them. Publications can nominate six stories per year, and the editors and judges choose what they believe to be the best of the genre.
A big congratulations to our Best Microfiction nominees!
Spiccato, by Mikki Aronoff
Horacio At My Door Again, by David Belcher
The Year I Went Without Doing Battle, by Mark DeCarteret
Or How Could We Ever Be Able to Resist Such Likeness? by Hedy Habra
Foal Filly Mare, by Bayveen O’Connell
Ranko, by Fran Turner
The Ekphrastic Review
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