Review of NANO Fiction, Vol. 4, No. 2

I’ve recently delved into a number of different flash fiction media.  While I’ve focused on horror as a general theme, I’ve branched out into other genres.  Primarily, what I’ve seen outside of horror is mostly surrealist lit, and, from what I’ve read, I’ve experienced both positive and negative emotions about.

In other words, when it comes to literary surrealism: my belief is that you’re either a genius, a pretentious and spoiled MLA undergraduate douche bag just looking for exposure (or a grade from your equally pretentious grad professor), or both (or all three, if you count the professor as a contributor).

In my web searching, reading, and pondering, I discovered NANO Fiction: A print and electronic magazine that publishes works consisting of 300 words or less.  So far (and with Vol. 4, No. 2 the only issue under my belt), I have to say: I love this shit.

You can check out my Amazon review on this issue here.


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