From the 2017-2018 school year:
Glass Wall, a 50-word story by Syed
Sanctuary, a 50-word story by Matthew
For Any Beginning Skaters, a piece inspired by a memorable word/phrase, by Teresa
From the 2016-2017 school year:
Bluff, a flash fiction mystery by Terrel originally published on Teen Ink
Home for the Holidays, a flash fan fiction piece by Stephannie
The Truth About Everything, a comedy sketch by Terrel
Finger Slaves, a personal narrative by Marissa originally published on Teen Ink
In Hindsight, a flash fiction piece by Janushkaa
Leaders of Our World, an except of a short story by Mya, a student at The Baltimore City High School in Baltimore, MD.
Foram’s Eyes are the Windows to the Soul, a realistic flash fiction piece, was the winner of the Editor’s Choice Award on the Major Reads website in July 2016.
From the 2015-16 school year:
The Offering, a flash fiction piece by Alyssa inspired by a project by students in Mr. Kerrins’ Technology Education class
Of the Forgotten, a flash fiction piece by Alyssa
Here and There, a flash fiction piece by Teresa
Sailor Anna, a flash/fan fiction piece by Destiny
Give Me 10 Minutes, I’ll Give You The Truth About Times Square, a narrative by Terrel
Je Suis Paris, a tribute in cartoons by Stephannie
They Took You Before I Could Tell You, a narrative by Gaby
One, Two-Sentence and 50-Word Stories, by students in the Creative Writing Class
The 23rd of April, an excerpt of a short story by Antonio Perret, Class of 2012
I Want to be a Hero, a flash fiction piece by Hannan
Teen Ink has published six pieces by Michaela, including flash fiction.
From 2014-2015 school year:
The Golden Girl, a flash fiction piece by Michaela
You Should Be Here, a flash fiction piece by Skylar
PROM, a flash fiction piece by Destini
One and a Half Legs, a flash fiction piece by Qainat
50-word stories(micro fiction) by students in Creative Writing
For one and two-sentence stories by students in Creative Writing, click here.
Nostalgia, a flash fiction piece by Varun
Here is our first flash fiction piece of the year, by Ruichuan.
From 2013-14 school year:
For one-sentence stories, micro fiction, and flash fiction by students in Creative Writing, click here.
For short fiction by students in Junior Honors, click here.