I’m pleased to announce that my flash fiction story, Meriden’s Moonlet, has been published in Hybrid Fiction‘s August issue. Check out this beautiful cover:

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The issue in its beautiful, hybrid totality is available for purchase on Hybrid Fiction’s website here, and Meriden’s Moonlet is available at Hybrid Fiction‘s website as August’s free content. Click here to go there now. Huzzah!

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Meriden’s story has been near and dear to my heart for a long while. His is the first story in which I tried to express a character’s change from seeing themself as a hero to realizing they’re actually just a bully, and doing something about that. The moonlets, the fireflies, they ignite some magic in my soul. I think this is my favourite story that I’ve written to date and I hope you like it.

3 thoughts on “Meriden’s Moonlet at Hybrid Fiction

  1. Congratulations to you, Jennifer! I read your story- it was so beautiful and descriptive. Reminded me of a short animated film I watched called La Luna. I liked how you hyper-focussed on a single scene while revealing the wizard’s thoughts and past as well. Definitely genre-bending and a deserving candidate for Hybrid Fiction. Keep it up!

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      1. It’s a disney+pixar collab- maybe youtube has it? I found it on Jio cinema, an Indian streaming service. It’s a sweet little movie; you’ll definitely adore it. Also, I’d like to add that your story inspired a poem this morning. I’m not an early riser but I specially got up today to write it.
        It’s been fairly long since I’ve written a poem, so thank you for that!

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