Slice of Life, a literary journal of flash nonfiction

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I am very pleased to announce the launch of Slice of Life, the online literary magazine devoted to the art of flash nonfiction.

Slice of Life is connected to the online writing workshop, Diving Deeper, but you don’t have to be a member to submit your work. We are looking for windows into life. Although we do not publish fiction, ‘creative’ memoir or creative nonfiction is welcome. What we want is the mundane, the strange, the exciting, the horrifying. Stories that make us weep, laugh, or just sigh appreciatively. Stories that make us feel not quite so alone.

We are also interested in your artwork – photographs or other images, that could be posted alongside the writing. Come and read, submit…Slice of Life.

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About Sandra Jensen

I am a writer. I live with my partner, David Crean and my foundling cat, Rónán. I have over 40 short story and flash fiction publications, including in: World Literature Today, The Irish Times, Descant, AGNI, The Fiddlehead and others. My work has received a number of awards including the 2012 bosque Fiction Competition and the 2011 J.G. Farrell award for best novel-in-progress.. I have been awarded Professional Writer’s Grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Arts Council of Ireland and Arts Council England. The novel I am working on, Ten Virtuous Acts, is a literary adventure set in Sri Lanka during the civil war. I administer the In Memory of Vučko and AWABosnia websites, raising awareness and funds to stop animal suffering in Sarajevo and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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