Submissions are closed.

We want your heart, your soul, the pieces that are a part of you. We want stories that are worlds in words, pieces that tell a (mac)ro story in a (mic)ro word count. We want works that focus on expressing, not impressing. Above all else, we want stories that connect. Our only restrictions? It has to be either flash fiction or creative nonfiction, 1,000 words or less. Other than that, surprise us.

We pay $15 per accepted piece.

Want to know more about what (mac)ro(mic) is looking for? Check out my interview with Jim Harrington of Six Questions For… here.

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