Best Microfiction 2019

Best Microfiction 2019

Mystery, romance, mythology and pathos. It is all here in the Best Microfiction 2019.

In the time taken to watch another catheter ad on daytime tv, you could slip into a fully formed life. It may be the story of a dragon, a protective older brother, or a murder victim. Some of these super-short stories may linger for days while others quickly fade from memory. However, all 87 are worth the reader’s time. My personal favorites are the post-apocalyptic “You’ve Stopped” by Tommy Dean and the heartfelt “Any Body” by Sarah Freligh. The Best Microfiction 2019 deserves 4 stars!

Thanks to Petekinesis and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review.

April 17th, 2019 by
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