Now Accepting Submissions

We are now accepting submissions. Please see guidelines below:

The editors of Fiction Southeast are interested in flash fiction (fiction of approximately 1000 words or less), particularly from writers born and raised in the south. However, while we are interested in fiction that depicts a variety of southern traditions and landscapes, we DO NOT wish to limit the journal to only southern writers. Writers from other parts of the country are encouraged to submit their work. Though we hope for creative and innovative writing, we don't prefer one particular style or genre of writing. The only criterion we look for is quality.

Fiction is published weekly. To submit your work, please use our Online Submission Form. We also accept reviews of short story collections (preferably collections of short-shorts). Authors retain all rights and copyright to their works. Fiction Southeast requests one-time, non-exclusive rights to publish your work. Like many journals, Fiction Southeast maintains a mailing list to ensure that readers and contributors are notified when new issues are published. To join our mailing list, click here.

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I begin to stutter and babble at the same simple question, a question I know is coming; “What is Remembering S
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“Writing and the Unconscious: A Personal Exploration of Process and Content”

If dreams are the royal road to the unconscious mind as proposed by Freud, then what are the stories that we write?
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“A Time for Fantasy”

When I was ten, my bedtime stories were Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. The prose was far beyond
2018-12-24 10:59:26
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Why I Write : Alexander Nachaj

In “The Cat Who Walks through Walls,” Robert A. Heinlein’s 1985 sci-fi classic (or yarn, depending
2018-09-12 09:38:47
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“Building the Homeplace: Misremembering’s Role in Creative Nonfiction”

It is unavoidable, the terrible, awful, diminutive questions of: what is your work about? The question is the
2018-07-07 10:16:40
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“I Write to Rumble”

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“My Amanuensis”

Like a lot of people who write, I teach. This gives me a couple of free months each year when I can rededicate
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“A Trail of No”

I like to tell my students about the worst rejection notice I ever received. I mailed a batch of poems to a west
2017-02-19 11:38:00
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“Move Fast and Break Things”

Marty had said to her: “It sounds like you can’t accept your fate,” and while meant as a reproach it resonated with s
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Becoming a Freelance Independent Editor: For Young Writers”

I was contacted by a high school student interested in becoming a freelance
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