First issue ran on Twitter 23 March 2009

PicFic was an experimental journal that boiled the essence of short stories down so that they could fit in a mobile phone text message. Even though the official definition of picofiction was a complete story told in 140 characters or less, we were interested in pushing the boundary a bit. We accepted a series of stories that told one large story (much like TV episodes), as long as each unit was a complete story within itself.

Please visit our PicFic Archive for back issues and a list of our contributors.

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  10. I’m thinking it’s too late to submit something for the picfic week 21, dated September 15th? If so, I’ll wait for the next prompt and join in the fun! 🙂


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