Flash Frontier

Latest Issue:

Liana Ashenden, Puriri moth, watercolour

October 2022: INSECTS

In the October: INSECTS issue guest Editor Erik Kennedy, on selecting his top picks:

“What an eye-opener to see writers use the small form of flash to focus on some of our smallest, most overlooked neighbours. There are several million species in the class Insecta, so we’d expect variety. And there is.”

“In these stories, insects appear as friends, victims of human carelessness, agents of historical change, and as three-dimensional characters with motives and feelings of their own. “

Flash Frontier
Previous Issues:
July 2022: AWA

July 2022: AWA

March 2022: THUNDER

March 2022: THUNDER

December 2021: MICRO

December 2021: MICRO

Flash Frontier
Latest Features:

Art feature interview: Noa Noa Von Bassewitz

On seeing and feeling Flash Frontier: You have noted before: ‘For me art is about ‘feeling’, poetic descriptions ...

Book interview: Erik Kennedy

Flash Frontier: This is your second collection – congratulations! To start: how do you know when you have a set of ...

Kōrero: Vaughan Rapatahana and Iona Winter

This month, Iona Winter joins the Flash Frontier team of editors. As Guest Editor for the AWA issue, she selected ...

The Novella-in-Flash: A conversation with Michael Loveday

Flash Frontier: To start: What's the fuss? What's so special about the novella-in-flash? Michael Loveday: For me ...
National Flash Fiction Day
Previous Competitions:
June 2022: National Flash Fiction Day

June 2022: National Flash Fiction Day

June 2021: National Flash Fiction Day

June 2021: National Flash Fiction Day

June 2020: National Flash Fiction Day

June 2020: National Flash Fiction Day