KYSO Flash
Knock-Your-Socks-Off Art and Literature
“Flash isn’t a fad, it’s an art; and while I hope people can have fun with it, its pursuit should still be taken seriously.”
— Tara L. Masih, editor of Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction

Viewing Tips:

KYSO Flash is best viewed on larger devices such as laptop and desktop computers. Our webmaster Clare MacQueen has never found time to learn to code websites for mobile phones. Thus, folks who read this journal on tiny screens may find that works are cut off at the right margin, or that the font in a piece is smaller than that in the bio. Unfortunately, these are not issues that Clare can fix at the moment, and she appreciates your patience with these limitations.

She also chuckles at the irony of micro-works being illegible on the micro-screen!

In addition, this website is best viewed in current versions of the browsers, Internet Explorer (IE) and Mozilla Firefox. This is primarily because previous versions of IE may not render the rounded corners, and Google Chrome renders lightning-flash symbols as open squares.

The viewing experience also may be enhanced by increasing text size in browsers to 120% or so. For those who would like a review of how to do this:

* To zoom text in Internet Explorer: Click on “View” menu below the address bar, mouse over “Zoom (100%)” in the menu, and then choose from the sub-menu the degree of zoom you prefer.

* To zoom text in Mozilla Firefox: Open menu at upper right of browser and click on the + sign to the right of “100%” to select degree of zoom.

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