RESULTS – Microcosms 142

Thanks to all who submitted to Microcosms 142. We had a satisfying 17 entries this time. A warm welcome to first-time entrants, Belladonna Grave and Andre N. Lepine, and welcome back to an old friend, Stella Turner. Please keep returning to Microcosms, and retweet / spread the word about this contest among your followers and friends. Don’t forget…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 140

Thanks to all who submitted to Microcosms 140. We had 14 entries this time (plus one very late entry). Please keep returning to Microcosms, and retweet / spread the word about this contest among your followers and friends. Don’t forget that Microcosms exists primarily to provide a platform for the flash fiction community to hone their…

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Microcosms 140

Greetings, my flash fictioneering friends, and welcome to Microcosms 140. This week’s contest is based on movie and TV drama professionals, the anniversary of whose birth or death occurs on this day, 14-SEP. BIRTHS 1914 – Clayton Moore, American actor:”The Lone Ranger” (1945-51 and 1954-57) 1947 – Sam Neill, Northern Irish-New Zealand actor: “Jurassic Park”…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 139

Thanks to all who submitted to Microcosms 139. We had 16 entries this time. Welcome back to old friends, Alva Holland, Diana L. James, Kelly Griffiths, Vicente L Ruiz, Steph Ellis, Caleb Echterling and Craig Anderson. What a turn-out! I know I gave Caleb a less than complimentary nudge, but whatever encouraged the rest of you…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 138

Thanks to all who submitted to Microcosms 138. We had 11 entries this time. A warm welcome to first-time entrants, Kevin Phyland and Alistair Kingsbury. Please keep returning to Microcosms, and retweet / spread the word about this contest among your followers and friends. Don’t forget that Microcosms exists primarily to provide a platform for the…

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Microcosms 138

Hello, Friday flash fictioneers, and welcome to Microcosms 138. Thanks to William and Robert Chambers for providing the theme of this week’s contest. They first published Chambers’s English Dictionary in 1872. Now rebranded as The Chambers Dictionary, it is widely used by British crossword setters and solvers, and is famous for its occasional humorous definitions,…

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