Tides of Possibility SciFi anthology publisher collecting submissions for the Tides of Impossibility fantasy anthology

Hello, everyone! I’m the editor of the Tides of Possibility science fiction anthology that was just published a few days ago, and I’m currently collecting submissions for its sister-publication, the Tides of Impossibility fantasy anthology, which will be published in the month of October. I’m hoping to publish some fantasy flash-fiction at half a cent […]

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A New Featured Writer!

It’s been some time since we presented you with a new featured writer, so it’s high time we did! For the next four weeks, for your reading enjoyment, we feature the work of Jay Knioum, a writer who’s work we’re sure you’re going to enjoy! You can read more about Jay on his bio page […]

Public Radio’s To the Best of Our Knowledge Announces National Flash Fiction Contest

Partners with Sci-Fi Legend Kim Stanley Robinson and Star Trek’s Gates McFadden (Madison, WI) Wisconsin Public Radio’s To the Best of Our Knowledge invites submissions for a national flash fiction contest. Submissions should be based on “real science and set in the near future.” Legendary science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson, of Mars Trilogy fame, […]

Voices of Tomorrow is back!

Cheapskates, written by Bob Newbell Read and produced by Clint Wilson, Duncan Sheilds and Neal Miskin Listen to it here Listen to all the Voices of Tomorrow podcasts here Many thanks to Clint, Duncan and Neal for producing this – it’s been in the can for a while and I haven’t had the bandwidth to […]

In Ear Entertainment: Predictors Wanted

From the good folks at In Ear Entertainment: Are you a scifi writer? We want to hear from you. We’re putting together our first ever scifi anthology featuring up and coming science fiction writers. The anthology will consist of five authors each with 2600 words to spin one or more amazing tales of space, technology […]

365 tomorrows – 8 years into the future and counting

On August 1st, 2005, 365tomorrows crackled on the wire for the first time, bringing an original piece of speculative flash fiction to the world. Here we are, August of 2013 and still going strong with 8 years of stories in the archives. 365 has evolved over the years, transitioning from a wholly staff written site […]

April’s Featured Writer

April has arrived, and with it the possibility of warmer weather! We can’t promise you warmer weather, but we are pleased to present you with a new featured writer! This month, for your reading enjoyment, we feature the work of Bob Newbell, another great writer who posts in the forums here at 365 under the […]

Desmond Hussey joins 365tomorrows as a Staff Writer

Following his writing feature this past December, we’re pleased to announce that Desmond Hussey, another great writer who’s known in the forums here at 365 as Buddhamind, has joined 365tomorrows as a Staff Writer You can read more about Desmond on his bio page here, and look for a number of great stories from him […]

Watch Chris Hadfield and Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies perform a duet from the ISS and Earth

International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield is certainly making the most of his time up there space. This past Friday he teamed up with Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies fame to perform their original track, “I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing).” For the live performance, they were joined by the Wexford Gleeks from the Wexford Collegiate School […]

Superlist News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip – io9

Some of the greatest nonfiction books about science read like novels. They borrow tropes and narrative tricks from science fiction, fantasy, horror, and more — turning great discoveries into great adventures. Here are nineteen science books that are better than genre fiction because they’re true. via Superlist News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip – io9.

December’s Featured Writer

December has arrived, and we’re pleased to present you with a new featured writer! This month, for your reading enjoyment, we feature the work of Desmond Hussey, another great writer who’s known in the forums here at 365 as Buddhamind. Desmond’s been with us for some time now, and we’ve had the pleasure of publishing […]

Lest We Forget

In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In […]

Destinies : An Anthology by Jae Miles

Jae Miles has published an anthology of short stories titled ‘Destinies’. There are as many predictions of man’s future as there have been visionaries. From varying degrees of apocalypse through dystopian societies to utopias made or delivered. Within this book you will find sixty-nine visions of where humanity could go and what they might get […]

Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter

After more than 7 years, we’ve finally setup a page on Facebook. I just realized that they’re about a year older than we are, so I guess we’ve got that in common. 365tomorrows on Facebook You can also follow us on Twitter. 365tomorrows on Twitter

2,500th Story

On this past Monday we published Clint Wilson’s story It’s All About Sacrifice, which marks the 2,500th story posted on 365tomorrows since we launched August 1st, 2005. This site has undergone many changes since that first story, Outer Space Romance by Jared Axelrod, but one thing has remained a constant, you, our readers. Thanks to […]

R.I.P. Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury died this morning in Los Angeles, at the age of 91. What a mind, what an incredible influence. Full story on io9.com

The Battle of Blood and Ink Takes Flight on May 22nd, 2012

Jared Axelrod and Steve Walker release their debut graphic novel, THE BATTLE OF BLOOD AND INK: A FABLE OF THE FLYING CITY on May 22nd, 2012. Philadelphia, PA – April 17, 2012 – The stunning new graphic novel, THE BATTLE OF BLOOD AND INK: A FABLE OF THE FLYING CITY will be released on May […]

Todd Keisling – “We’re going to do it live!”

Todd Keisling was a writer we featured on 365 a few years ago. He’s been working towards the release of his second book, The Liminal Man, and has some news to share about that. I thoroughly enjoyed his first book, and I’m excited to see him get the second book out the door. This is […]

Bring Back The Show with Ze Frank

In 2006, ZeFrank launched a show called “The Show With Ze Frank.” It was one of the most strange, exciting, difficult, and amazing things he has done so far. He think’s it is time to do something similar, what with the economy in the crapper and the election coming up. If Newt can do it, […]

New Staff Writer: Clint Wilson

We’d like to welcome Clint Wilson as a permanent member of our creative team, another solid writer and regular in the forums. Clint’s work was featured here during this past November, and while it’s not his first story here, his first as a staff writer is up today, Feb 10th. You can read about Clint […]

November’s Featured Writer, Clint Wilson

November has arrived, and it’s time to feature another writer who’s work we’ve enjoyed here on 365 many times over the past few years. This month, for your reading enjoyment, we feature the work of Clint Wilson, another solid writer and regular in the forums here at 365 as Father Goose. Clint’s been with us […]

New Staff Writer: Jae Miles

We’d like to welcome Jae Miles as a permanent member of our creative team. Jae’s work has been featured here over the past month, and while it’s not his first story here, his first as a staff writer is up October 3rd. You can read about Jae on his bio page here, and drop in […]

Shelter In Place: A Live Game of Zombie Horror

J.R. Blackwell is a writer and photographer who lives in Philadelphia. J.R.’s fiction has been published in a variety of publications including Escape Pod Magazine.  She also happens to be a founding member of www.365tomorrows.com. J.R. is currently fundraising through KickStarter for Shelter In Place: A Live Game of Zombie Horror. Shelter in Place is about survival, teamwork […]

September’s Featured Writer : Jae Miles

September has arrived, and we’ve realized that it’s been nearly a year since we featured a writer on 365tomorrows, a shortcoming we’re remedying as of right now. This month, for your reading enjoyment, we feature the work of Jae Miles, a solid writer and regular in the forums here at 365. Jae’s been with us for […]

So begins the 7th year

On August 1st, 2005, 365tomorrows crackled on the wire for the first time, bringing an original piece of speculative flash fiction to the world. Here we are, August 1st, 2011 and still going strong. 365 has evolved over the years, transitioning from a wholly staff written site in the first year to a mix of […]

Remember

In the past few weeks there’s been a familiar reminder of the coming of this day, Remembrance Day, be it television commercials, uniform clad cadets and veterans selling poppies, or people going about their day to day lives with the red flower proudly pinned to their lapel. During an intermission the other evening, the names […]

SCI-FI MOVIE “95ers : ECHOES” – EM Exclusive Giveaway!

A short while ago we posted about a project that caught our eye on Kickstarter, and now friends of the creators of this movie are hosting a contest giveaway for simply spreading the word about the project. For a refresher, or if you haven’t heard about the movie before: 95ers:ECHOES is a thrilling, original, ultra […]

SCI-FI MOVIE “95ers : ECHOES”

The latest project that’s caught our eye on Kickstarter: 95ers:ECHOES is a thrilling, original, ultra indie full-length sci-fi movie that is ALMOST DONE! For over four years we’ve put our hearts, souls, credit cards, and mortgage into this… and we only need $12,000 more to finish it up. It’s the story of Sally Biggs, an […]

Tony Pacitti – My Best Friend is a Wookiee

We’re always happy to see an author we’ve published here have success in print, and on the 18th of September, Tony Pacitti’s new book ‘My Best Friend is a Wookiee‘ went on sale. In this hilarious and heartfelt memoir, our hapless hero sees Star Wars for the first time at the age of seven–and is […]

Clash of the Geeks

Wil Wheaton, John Scalzi and Subterranean Press are proud to announce the publication of Clash of the Geeks, a special and fantastical electronic chapbook featuring stories by Wheaton, Scalzi, New York Times bestseller Patrick Rothfuss, Norton Award winner and Hugo Best Novel nominee Catherynne M. Valente, Hugo and Nebula Award nominee Rachel Swirsky and others, […]

Songs From the Science Frontier – A Project by Monty Harper

Connect kids w/science. Help @montyharper fund a CD of songs about scientific research. http://kck.st/91VLTR “Songs From the Science Frontier” is about connecting kids (ages 8-12) with science. The twelve songs I’m recording for this CD are unique because most of them focus on current scientific research happening right here in Stillwater Oklahoma. Specific topics include […]

I’ve Seen Things…

365tomorrows launched August 1st, 2005 with the lofty goal of providing a new story every day for a year. We’ve been on the wire ever since.

Our stories are a mix of those lovingly hand crafted by a talented pool of staff writers, and select stories received by submission.

The archives are deep, feel free to dive in.

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What is Flash Fiction?

"Flash fiction is fiction with its teeth bared and its claws extended, lithe and muscular with no extra fat. It pounces in the first paragraph, and if those claws aren’t embedded in the reader by the start of the second, the story began a paragraph too soon. There is no margin for error. Every word must be essential, and if it isn’t essential, it must be eliminated."

Kathy Kachelries, Founding Member