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Guernica is pleased to announce a new flash fiction partnership with PEN America Center. Every week we’ll publish flash pieces in Guernica Daily. The first few posts of the Guernica/PEN Flash Series will feature participants in the 2013 PEN World Voices Festival.

Check out the whole series:
Mieke Eerkens: View On An Accident

Mira Jacob: Everybody Is Looking For Somebody Like You

Eric Boyd: The Chains That Keep

Sung J. Woo: 1950

Matthew Salesses: Inside the Inside of the Green Monster

Shani Boianju: An Odd Bird

Ru Freeman: Siege

Randa Jarrar: A Sailor

Vaddey Ratner: The Cripple’s Last Dance

Earl Lovelace: A Story in Which I Look Good

Reginald Dwayne Betts: Travellin’ Man

Nathalie Handal: Last Night in San Pedro de Macorís

Ethel Rohan: Goodnight Nobody

Scott Cheshire: Rapport

Carmiel Banaski: Witch

Jennifer H. Fortin: Self Timer

Edie Meidav: Catullus

Rita Zoey Chin: Solo

Phil Klay: Ten Kliks South

Christopher Meyers: Letter to my Grandnephew

Selahattin Demirtas: Aleppo Mince

Aditi Sriram

Aditi Sriram’s writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The Guardian, Narratively, and, best of all, Guernica. Visit her website to read more of her work.

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