Randall Brown | Wynnewood, Pennsylvania

Randall Brown is the author of the award-winning flash fiction collection
Mad to Live (Flume Press 2008). He teaches at and directs Rosemont College’s
MFA in Creative Writing Program. His short and very short fiction has been
published widely, and his essay “Making Flash Count” appears in The Rose
Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction: Tips from Editors,
Teachers, and Writers in the Field (Rose Metal Press 2009). He will also be
appearing in the forthcoming Norton Anthology of “hint fiction.”

He lives outside of Philadelphia, is a member of a daily flash fiction
workshop, and his blog FlashFiction.Net has a singular mission: “to prepare
writers, readers, editors, and fans for the imminent rise to power of that
machine of compression, that hugest of things in the tiniest of
spaces—micro, sudden, flash, fiction.” He also enjoys fly fishing, the
outdoors version of this world of (very) tiny things.

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