@ Caribou Public Library in the Piper Reading Room
FMI: Contact Anastasia Weigle at 493-4214 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In the middle of our busy lives, none of us have time to write a 30,000-60,000-word novel. But if you love to write, we have a fun solution for you. We are challenging our participants to write a microfiction story in 200 words or less. Participants are invited to read their microfiction stories at the event. If you have a story but are unable to attend, please send your story to us via email (email@example.com) or drop it off during library hours, and we will assign one of our staff to read your story.
Microfiction tells a story in must less words in a standard short story word count and has the same elements as a standard storyline—a beginning, a middle, and an end. Microfiction, also known as flash fiction, has found its place in modern circles of literature.