Flash fiction and poetry which is

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Intersex friendly.

New stories are regularly posted on the Home Page

  These stories will remain in the blog archives.

.We welcome submissions from writers of all ages and experience.

.The ezine is run solely on a volunteer basis.
Unfortunately, we cannot pay for publication.

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Flash Fiction is fiction under 1000 words. We encourage new writers to submit their work and established writers to use our forum for experimental fiction.

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History of the Gay Flash Fiction Website

The original Gay Flash Fiction e-zine begun in 2007 appearing in a website of its own, however in June 2011 we moved the e-zine to WordPress. Many of the stories which appeared in the original e-zine have been archived on this site.
The ezine has been run by a small group of writers involved with the Gay Flash Fiction Yahoo Group. We have been running it solely on a volunteer basis.
We all love fiction and flash fiction and gay flash fiction.

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Alex Hogan has been writing for several years, and has had stories in Forbidden Fruit, Bent Magazine and Litbits. Born a female, but a bit gender-queer, she founded the Yahoo group Gay Flash Fiction in 2006, and co-founded the e-zine in 2007. She worked as an editor on Forbidden Fruit in 2008 and co-founded Wilde Oats in 2009. She lives with her family in a small town, just outside Melbourne, Australia.
Website: Alex Hogan


Christopher “Kit” Moss is an historical novelist, editor at Wilde Oats and GLBT Bookshelf, and a longtime member of Gay Flash Fiction. He has several books published by Dreamspinner Press. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his spouse and four beloved cats.

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Gay Flash Fiction logo designed by Kiernan Kelly.
Website: KiernanKellyErotica


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Copyright  (c) 2016

The work published in Gay Flash Fiction is subject to copyright.
Work published should not be republished or reproduced without the authors’ express permission.  The stories are works of fiction. Names, characters, events are used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.




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