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Weirdyear Daily Flash Fiction

Updated on October 14, 2009

    Bringing you a daily dose of the weird packed into the concise, fun and always welcome form of the flash fiction story, WEIRDYEAR is a publication which smashes the norms and sends them to the bottom of a stygian sea. WEIRDYEAR is the brainchild of a sexy young writer named E.S. Wynn who is also the author of the Pink Carbide series and the long-running Sci-Fi Epic “The Cygnus War”. Everyday, a new piece of weird (but wonderful!) fiction is posted on the front page of the site where it spends an entire day in the limelight before yielding to the next piece in line, so there’s always something to read and, if you’re a writer, always a chance to get seen! Though originally started as a platform for young and emerging writers to get their work out there and a place where those who write outside the mainstream could be heard, WEIRDYEAR has, in the space of ten days (the site was launched on October fifth, 2009) already attracted record numbers of readers and a few authors with some pretty prestigious resumes. Already, the fiction coming out of the site’s own eldritch vaults is stunning. I definitely recommend “Mandatory Volunteerism”, “Field Recording” and “A Mishap of Science.”

Also: If you’re a writer like I am, I definitely recommend checking out WEIRDYEAR even if only as a place to get the word out about your fiction! As a site and as a publication, it’s already taking off, so now is the time to get in on the ground floor and become a part of something that is only going to grow in popularity.


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      Earl S. Wynn 8 years ago from California

      Ta Republic is AWESOME. Can't wait to see your name on the front page on 11/2/09! Congrats again, Amanda!