Robert Scotellaro

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Robert Scotellaro is an American writer and poet known for his flash fiction.[1]

His flash fiction has appeared in such publications as Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine [2] Blink Ink [3] and the New Flash Fiction Review.[4] Reviews and articles about his work have appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle[5] and Writer's Digest.[6]

Collections[edit]

  • What Are the Chances? (2020)
  • Nothing Is Ever One Thing (2019)
  • New Micro (2018)
  • Bad Motel (2016)
  • What We Know So Far (2015)
  • Measuring the Distance (2012)
  • The Night Sings A Cappella (2011)
  • Rhapsody of Fallen Objects (2010)

Children's Books[edit]

  • The Terrible Storm (2016)
  • Snail Stampede and Other Poems (2004)
  • Dancing with Frankenstein and Other Limericks (2003)
  • Daddy Fixed the Vacuum Cleaner (1993)

Poetry[edit]

  • The Night Sings A Capella (2011)
  • Rhapsody of Fallen Objects (2010)
  • My Father's Cadillac (1984)
  • Early Love Poems of Genghis Kahn (1979)
  • Blinded by Halos (1978)
  • East Harlem Poems (1977)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 'Flash Fiction International: Very Short Stories Around the World', Edited by James Thomas, Robert Shapard and Christopher Merrill, W.W. Norton & Company, 261.
  2. ^ 'Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine', Vol. 7, No. 1, University of Chester, UK, 16-17
  3. ^ 'Blink Ink' , #17, Full of Crow Press, North Bradford, CT, USA, 'Contributors'
  4. ^ "Fun House".
  5. ^ "Writers will keep it short at 'New Micro' event".
  6. ^ "Robert Scotellaro: Writing Flash Fiction That's Short But Not Slight".