What a great challenge I participated in a few weeks ago!
A writer friend Samantha Memi was kind enough to forward the challenge to me, and I answered Harvard Book Store's call for micro fiction (or is it microfiction?) on any subject, written between February 1 and February 15 (so my story was about the Matisse cutouts at the MOMA...sort of), and my story was selected, squee! If you can't make the launch event tomorrow at 7 pm at the Harvard Book Store, I hope you'll still consider purchasing the anthology in which my story "Life Lesson #49" is included. You can purchase it here.
Or more details about the launch or where to buy a book here: http://www.harvard.com/event/microchondria_ii_launch_party/.
I'm really excited to be included in this anthology. Micro fiction is always a great exercise for a writer like me, who, as some of you who followed my old blog know, can easily go on and on and on and...You get the point.
Even better, you have four gorgeous covers to choose from. If you do purchase a copy, please let me know what you think of the story good or bad. I always appreciate feedback, and thank you for your support!