Microfiction Fall 2020 Anthology

Tiny Tales from Fall 2020 is a collection of microfiction composed by students in the Myth-Folklore and Indian Epics classes at the University of Oklahoma: 120 stories from 50 student authors.
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Creative Commons. This work is released with a Creative Commons license: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. That means you can remix and reuse individual stories or the contents of the whole book with attribution for non-commercial purposes, provided that you release your work with the same license. Find out more.
Attribution: Tiny Tales of Fall 2020, edited by Laura Gibbs
Version: December 13 2020.

You can access the book in a variety of formats:

Pressbooks. This is a web-based presentation of the book.

EPUB. You can use this EPUB file for ebook readers like iBooks, Nook, etc.

MOBI. You can download this MOBI file to load onto your Kindle, and this Kindle MOBI file is free! Here's how to add a free MOBI file to your Kindle.

Kindle. The Kindle book is available at Amazon for 99 cents (which is the lowest price you can set for a Kindle book; see the MOBI option above for a free Kindle-compatible version).

Print. There is a paperback version available at Amazon for $4.99, with free Prime shipping (although it's print-on-demand, so it might take a week or so to arrive).

HTML. If you want to read a web-based presentation without the Hypothesis toolbar, here is a very simple HTML version.

PDF. You can download a PDF copy of the book.

DOC. This is a Google Document presentation which is convenient for searching and linking to specific stories. The links below go to the Google Doc version. You will find the hyperlinks to the story sources in the Notes section of the Google Doc.

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This book contains microfiction written by students at the University of Oklahoma in the Fall of 2020. Most of the stories are 100 words long, while some are even shorter: 25-word stories, two-sentence stories, even 6-word stories. You'll also find some story sequences, like the "Little Ghost Chronicles" or the "Four Horsemen," which consist of several 100-word episodes. There are stories about our pandemic times, myths and legends from around the world, spooky stories, animal stories... all powered by the creative imagination of students in these two courses who generously agreed to share their work. 

The paragraph you just read about this book is 100 words long, as is this paragraph, and that's also the length of most of the stories in the book. These tiny tales go by fast, but you can slow down when you find one you like. Read it again. Read it out loud. Let it sink in. Notice the details. You might even supply some details from your own imagination, or decide to write your own microfiction after seeing what these authors have done with their tiny tales. You can read more 100-word stories from different mythological traditions at:


Many thanks to the anonymous contributors, and to these authors: Adam Khan, Addison Franca, Ann Marie Dong, Ava Hiser, BP, Caleb Pinson, Caroline Gates, Chris McLaughlin, Christian Trent, CM, Eden Cook, Emily Martinez, Emma Kemp, Erin Lockhart, GWVT, Harana, Izzy Hua, Jaicee Dickerson, Katie Thorisch, Keana Jones, KPM, LKG, Long Ngo, Lumingo Lubobo, LW, MA, Mikayla Chandler, Morgan Pask, MS, Natalie Leiter, NC, NR, Philip Crowley, Rachel Averitt, Rachel Fisher, Rachel Goldin, Rohit Thomas, Saad Khan, Sidney May, SK, SV, and Taiwei Chang.


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