Welcome!

I’m Kristina T. Saccone, a writer, creative, and maker. At heart, I’m a storyteller with a particular love for the craft of speculative fiction, creative nonfiction, and the flash form. I edit One Wild Ride, a limited-run online literary journal with stories about caring for our aging parents and those who raised us. I’m also curator of Flash Roundup, an email featuring the latest releases in flash fiction.

I spent nearly a decade in public broadcasting at the PBS NewsHourColorado Public Radio, and Aspen Public Radio. Since then, I have been writing and communicating for nonprofit organizations. I currently lead the digital content team at The Aspen Institute.


Featured Publications

Book Reviews

An Ailing Parent and Unabashed Honesty: A Review of Mothercare: Love, Death, and Ambivalence, Literary Mama, November 2022

Fiction

Hardy Holds Court at the Corner Store, Cease, Cows, September 2022, Nominated for Best Microfiction 2023

The Spectrum of Sight, Bethesda Magazine, June 2022, Honorable Mention in the 2022 Short Story & Essay Contest

We Iron Dad’s Underwear, Invisible City, May 2022, Finalist in the 2022 Blurred Genre Flash Contest judged by Lynn Steger Strong

Things Forgotten, LEON Literary Review, April 2022

The Borrowers, Top 10 in The Molotov Cocktail’s Folked Up Flash Contest, March 2022

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One Wild Ride & Caring for Our Aging Parents Project

As one of the 1/4 of adults in their 40’s or 50’s caring for an aging parent, I have found strength and hope in stories about the ups and downs of caretaking. I started a limited-run online journal for reprints on the topic, called One Wild Ride, and I am pitching an anthology of new, flash-length stories (1,000 words or less), fiction and nonfiction. Learn more about the project and all the latest hereor sign up for e-mail updates here.


Flash Roundup

A free newsletter featuring the latest flash fiction and creative nonfiction from across the web, and building community among flash fiction & creative nonfiction readers, writers, and publications. Visit Flash Roundup’s website to learn more and sign up.


Contact

Questions? E-mail Kristina at editor at flashroundup dot org.