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Dan sits down with one of the best flash fiction writer’s out there. Kim Chinquee, to discuss her journey as a writer, her new book Snowdog, and how to keep writing when the world turn’s upside down.
Flash Fiction: Very Short Stories
You’ll Never Find Another (coming soon)
Kim Chinquee grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, served in the medical field in the Air Force, and is often referred to as the “queen” of flash fiction. She’s published hundreds of pieces of fiction and nonfiction in journals and magazines including The Nation, Ploughshares, NOON, Storyquarterly, Denver Quarterly, Fiction, Story, Notre Dame Review, Conjunctions, and others. She is the recipient of two Pushcart Prizes and a Henfield Prize. She is Senior Editor of New World Writing, co-director of Buffalo State’s Writing Major, and serves as the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Northeast Regional Council Chair.