Freeze Frame Fiction

Genres Published: 
Representative Authors: 
Day Jamison, Evan Guilford-Blake, Alex Shvartsman, Marta Salek, Stewart C Baker, Benjamin Jones, Leo Norman, Ellyn Hurst, Ani King, Anna Zumbro, Jude-Marie Green, Soren James, Jon Mcgill, Rebecca Allred, Helle Zinck, T.L. Krawec, David Bradley, Alex Gorman, Josh Emmons, Steve Haddon, Anton Rose, Line Henriksen, Carrie Naughton, Jeremy Minton, Barbara Harroun, Rae Kennedy, Charles Henke, Anthony Gerrard, Alexander Sawyer-Irish, H.L. Fullerton, R.L. Black, Cee Glass art by Luke Spooner
Online, Digital, Print
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
Issues per Year: 
Issue Price: 
Free to read for three months, then $2.99 for the ebook

Editorial Focus

Freeze Frame Fiction is a quarterly flash fiction publication. The idea: any genre, no content restrictions—just good flash fiction. We pay authors semi-pro rates to publish online and in illustrated ebooks, with an annual print volume in the works. Pieces remain online for three months, and are then published in illustrated ebooks, released at the start of the next quarter. We also publish semi-annual themed volumes, with themes such as experimental-form flash fiction. We aim to represent both new and established authors.

Tips From the Editor

freeze frame fiction is looking for stories that stick with you, despite how short they are. We want to showcase just how powerful flash fiction can be. We want developed characters and interesting plots. One thing we're not looking for is vignettes: all stories must be complete stories, even if the ending is left open to the reader's interpretation.

Contact Information

Dino Laserbeam, Editor-in-chief
7113 Tanya Ave
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Last updated: May 13, 2022