Category: Microfiction

Meanjin Pandemic Fiction

To promote their September 2020 edition, Meanjin Quarterly announced a Pandemic Fiction challenge on Twitter. A one tweet story on the COVID pandemic, using the hashtag #Meanjin280. The prize for the best 10 tweets: a 12-month magazine subscription and publication on Meanjin’s blog. I tweeted three stories.

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Mona Lisa Smile

A faded photo of my dad from the 1970s inspired this microfiction. He had a faraway look in his eyes and a Mona Lisa smile on his much younger face. As art lovers have done for centuries with Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, I wondered what was on my dad’s mind when the photo was taken?

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Microfiction Dream

I once had a dream that was so real and intense it reminded me of the Chinese Philosopher, Chuang Chou, who dreamed he was a butterfly. And when he awoke, Chou said no longer knew whether it had been a dream he was a butterfly or whether Chou was now a butterfly dreaming he was a man!

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There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. ~ Maya Angelou

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Published March 2020

This slim book is hard to put down. And the only regret we may feel after reading it is that we reached the end too quickly! ~ Denise O'Hagan

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