Nothing to Declare
Nothing to Declare: A Guide to the Flash Sequence
Edited by Robert Alexander, Eric Braun, & Debra Marquart
A ground-breaking anthology of cross-genre work with a unique focus—the flash sequence, defined as an “accumulation of two or more prose pieces, with each segment not to exceed 500 words”—Nothing to Declare brings together over fifty of America’s most compelling writers with their own vision of the flash sequence, including linked prose poems, narrative sequences, lyrical essays, koans, fairy tales, and epistolary addresses.
Nothing to Declare contains work by 56 authors, including Nin Andrews, Leah Browning, Cathleen Calbert, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Elisabeth Frost, Molly Fuller, Maureen Gibbon, Carol Guess, Jim Harrison, Pamela Hart, Holly Iglesias, Siel Ju, Jenn Koiter, Gian Lombardo, Debra Marquart, Kathleen McGookey, Pamela Painter, Irena Praitis,William Reichard, Richard Robbins, Laura Tansley, Mark Vinz, Julie Marie Wade, Cecilia Woloch, and Gary Young. Introduction by Nickole Brown, afterword by Robert Alexander.