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“I’d never seen him before the day we killed him. Now, Jackie, I knew her. I’d known her forever, really. We were never friends or anything, but it’s a small town, so all the girls know each other.”

 – Michael Koryta, How It Happened

Looking for the Summer Writing Challenge?

June 13th, 2018|Comments Off on Looking for the Summer Writing Challenge?

Log in as a member! If you've forgotten your password, enter the email address you used to sign up for MWA in the first place and click "forgot my password." You'll get a new one. [...]

2018 Flash Fiction Prompts

June 9th, 2018|Comments Off on 2018 Flash Fiction Prompts

Prompts for this year's Flash Fiction contest are below. You must use at least one somewhere within your story. “Spin us a yarn,” he/she said. Seems that Granny had an alibi for that night. I told [...]

2018 Printers Row Flash Fiction Info

June 1st, 2018|Comments Off on 2018 Printers Row Flash Fiction Info

Coming to the 2018 Printers Row Lit Fest? We hope you'll join us at the Flash Fiction contest judged by best-selling authors and MWA members Jamie Freveletti and Sara Paretsky! Information can be found here. [...]

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