Flash Fiction

Wikipedia defines flash fiction as follows:

Flash fiction is fictional work of extreme brevity[1] that still offers character and plot development. Identified varieties, many of them defined by word count, include the six-word story,[2] the 280-character story (also known as “twitterature[3]), the “dribble” (also known as the “minisaga“; 50 words),[2] the “drabble” (also known as “microfiction”; 100 words),[2] “sudden fiction” (750 words),[4] flash fiction (1,000 words), nanotale,[5] and “micro-story”.[6]

I have put it all under the heading flash fiction.  

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