She’d gotten the fun house mirrors at an auction and had them put up in the spare bedroom. He found them strange, even a little disturbing, and thought the buy extravagant with the kids away at college and the big tuition bucks spilling out. But she’d insisted on a...
I enjoy the immediacy of flash fiction and the implications—the tacit allusions that are built into it. It allows the reader a bit of partnering, in terms of nuance and fillers.
At Necessary Fiction, Rachael Nevins has written a generous and probing review of my latest book, New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction.
As part of New Flash Fiction Review’s ongoing New Micro (W.W. Norton & Co., 2018) interview series, Tommy Dean asked some questions about New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction.