The idea for the forum emerged out of a local writers workshop in San Jose, CA where members routinely read their work aloud. We noticed that although the South Bay has a wealth of poetry reading events, there was not a regular spoken word venue for fiction. If up to now, you’ve only written and published, but never read in public, we encourage you to join us. This platform allows the writers to get an immediate response to their work. Join us and expose your fiction!
Tania Martin (B.S. in Geology UC Davis) has stories published in Sugar Mule Literary Magazine and FlashFlood’s online anthology. She currently helps out at Narrative Magazine as a reader. She teaches art to middle school students and enjoys cycling around the Bay Area.
- An excerpt of her novel appeared as a story, “Marius Martin, Proletarian,” in On the Clock: Contemporary Short Stories of Work (Bottom Dog Press).
- A work of creative nonfiction, “Pivot,” appears in the 2012 University of Nebraska anthology, Becoming:What Makes a Woman and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
- Her short story, “Lifetime TV Movie,” was a finalist for the 2012 Writers@Work contest.
Eva Smith Glynn is an Arts Representative and Advocate. She serves as media manager, event planner, photographer and publisher for Flash Fiction Forum. She is a core member of newly formed San José Art Advocates dedicated to building public will for arts and serves on the board of the School of Visual Philosophy.