If you’ve not seen it – or haven’t looked in a while, 365 Tomorrows is still around and producing a work of flash fiction daily. I’ve had a few of my works appear there – Dinner Date, Domestically Disabled, and Third Person.
I imagine that keeping up a high standard of quality every day – every day – would be hard, and it shows. Sometimes the daily offerings are a bit less awesome than others. Recently, however, there were four I wanted to bring your attention to, simply because they were pretty darn awesome. Way Out by Ellen Couch explores an old trope a little bit differently than I’ve ever seen it before, to nice effect. Kayak Angst by Stephen Ira is a very … well, almost literary work (and I don’t mean that as a pejorative, either). Camping and Love at First Sip, both by Jacqueline Rochow, are excellent “young adult” SF flash fiction, with nice little twists of the knife at the end.
With hits like these, 365 Tomorrows definitely keeps its place in my feedreader.