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Thread is an independent online literary publication featuring short personal essays (Thread) and flash nonfiction (Stitch [listed separately]) that illuminate moments of human experience by established and emerging writers.

Country of Publication

United States

Publication Medium & Frequency

Electronic Publication Electronic PublicationPublished 2 x per year.

Nonfiction On Hiatus

Open to a broad Audience.
Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary, Personal.
Open to all/most Topics, including: Memoir.
TypeLength Details
Essay Essay100 - 1,800 words.
Narrative Nonfiction Narrative Nonfiction100 - 1,800 words.
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Last Updated: 21 Aug 2020
Date Added: 04 Jun 2015

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