Monday, May 18, 2009
Harvey Keitel reading.
Another post on flash since it's causing me some chagrin right now.
Last week, Sandra Seamans had some advice from various sources on her blog about writing flash fiction. One piece of advice that I usually adhere to is the twist ending. I wonder why this seems important to me in flash. Do I feel that the short length demands a greater payoff?
Does it need an ironic close? What do you think? Do your flash stories end with a kick in the teeth?