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K. M. Elkes

Ken reading at the launch of Flash Fiction Festival One.

Though I may not have as many hats as Bartholomew Cubbins (apologies if you are confused by the Dr Seuss reference here), I’m wearing a fair few for this year’s Flash Fiction Festival.

In the run-up to the festival I’m trying to get media coverage of the event (so if you’re reading this and maybe have a show on Radio 4 or write a literary column for the Guardian, then feel free to get in touch!).

During the Festival I will be popping up as Editor of The A3 Review – a short poetry and prose magazine that folds like a map – which I co-edit alongside Writing Maps publishers Shaun Levin. We’re aiming to provide all festival-goers with a selection of back issues absolutely free.
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