Flash Non-fiction Food, 91 Very Delicious, Very True Short Stories
Fresh off the success of Flash Nonfiction Funny comes a piping-hot new take on the flash genre: Food. Working within a 750-word limit, each of these nonfiction pieces is driven by a hunger for something filling. Memories of an ill-fated birthday cake, contemplations on a family recipe, an embarrassing sauce spill on a first date-all of it true, all of it tasty.
“if you want to use it along with the book: I learned—and I learned well—how to tame the hunger in my belly. To fall asleep listening to the grumble.”
Also by Kristina Moriconi
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