BONUS EPISODE: What makes a good piece of flash fiction? Laura Keenan & Linda Martin share their top tips for writing flash and micro fiction. Plus submissions are open for their new anthology. What are they looking for?
Based in WA, Night Parrot Press publishes non-traditional works of fiction and non-fiction, with a big focus on experimental forms and genres outside of the mainstream.
They are particularly fond of flash fiction, prose poetry, creative non-fiction, hybrid works and stories that leave a strong, colourful, and unforgettable impression.
Laura Keenan and Linda Martin are the co-publishers and editors of Night Parrot Press. In Episode 43 of Writers off the Page, they share their tips for writing a memorable piece of flash fiction.
Night Parrot Press is currently accepting submissions for their third anthology of flash and microfiction. The publication will be released in October at a special launch event at the Australian Short Story Festival in Perth. Submissions are open to West Australian writers 18 years and older who may submit up to 3 stories, each 500 words or less. The deadline for entries is 4 April 2022.