Meg Pokrass is the U.K. based author of seven flash fiction collections, two award-winning collections of hybrid prose and two novellas-in-flash . She is the author of Damn Sure Right (Press 53, 2011), The Dog Looks Happy Upside Down (Etruscan Press, 2015), My Very End of the Universe: Five Novellas in Flash and a Study of the Form (Rose Metal Press, 2015), Alligators At Night (Ad Hoc Fiction, 2018), Triple #12 (Ravenna Press, 2019), Alice In Wonderland Syndrome (V. Press, 2020),  The Dog Seated Next to Me (Pelekinesis, 2020),  , The Loss Detector, a novella-in-flash (Bamboo Dart Press, 2021), and Spinning to Mars (Blue Light Press, 2021) . Her stories have been published in Washington Square Review, Electric Literature,  American Journal of Poetry, Waxwing, Tin House, Wigleaf, Smokelong Quarterly, McSweeney’s, and more than 800 literary journals including The Best Small Fictions, Best British and Irish Flash Fiction Award (BIFFY 50), Wigleaf Top 50, and 2 Norton Anthologies of flash fiction: Flash Fiction International (W.W. Norton & Co., 2015) and New Micro (W. W. Norton & Co, 2018) and the forthcoming Flash Fiction America (W. W. Norton & Co, 2021). Meg is the Founding Editor of New Flash Fiction Review and the Founding Series Co-Editor of the Best Microfiction Anthology Series. She lives in Northern England.

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Spinning To Mars – A collection of 70 linked micro stories about relationships and the difficulties of love. Winner of San Francisco’s Blue Light Book Award, 2021. Reviews are out: The Rumpus, The Bookends Review, After the Pause, The London Grip. “Spinning to Mars” became a #1 Amazon Bestseller in Women’s Poetry on the first week of its release!