“Two Questions for Lynn Mundell,” September 2, 2019
Milk Candy Review

While I have written many sad things, I realized recently that too much of what I read is sad. I almost wonder if that has become our go-to as writers. It brings the drama that we want, but it also leaves the reader with a heavy load.


“Mini-Interview with Lynn Mundell,” September 24, 2018
Tommy Dean’s Special Like the People on TV

I seem to write a lot about moving, being lost, homes, and travel. I suspect this is because I moved a lot as a kid. These days I have written more from the news since I find it very troubling, and about aging and mortality.


“Smoke & Mirrors: An Interview with Lynn Mundell,” September 17, 2018
SmokeLong Quarterly

I should say that I am alternately baffled and fascinated by plural marriage, but I was once a lonely young girl, so I really do understand Trudy.


“Interview with Lynn Mundell,” September 14, 2018
New Flash Fiction Review

My mantra is, Don’t treat writing as some sort of race but as a contemplative walk.


“The Making of Nothing Short of 100,” June 23, 2018
New Flash Fiction Review

… at their best, micros can achieve remarkable things, flying as high as poetry and going as deep as much longer stories. I am constantly astounded at what can be done in so few words.


A Flash Fiction Roundtable: Short but Never Small,” May 21, 2018
The Millions

For me flash writing is very challenging but also understandable, because there is a crossover with poetry writing as far as length, use of metaphor, dramatic leaps, and inventive forms in order to deliver a finished piece.


Bending Genres Q & A with Author Lynn Mundell,” April 8, 2018
Bending Genres

I was very surprised to write about some things that subconsciously I realized I had always thought of as taboo. I speculate that not only calling them fiction but fashioning them into unorthodox “hybrid” forms freed me from my own censor…


Discovering Your Voice in Flash Fiction,” March 28, 2018
University of California, Berkeley, Extension

During the past eight years, we’ve published 450 pieces by writers ranging from pros published in Paris Review to college students just setting out on their writing careers.


Journey to Planet Write: Lost and Found,” September 14, 2016
Words in Place

In public school, we all pored over the Scholastic Book catalogs and filled in order forms. I would order 10, 20 books. School was very dull. Then the delivery came, and a high stack of books bound together with a jumbo rubber band landed on my desk, and I was saved by Amelia Bedelia, that fantastic blockhead.


An Interview with the Editors of 100 Word Story,” February 22, 2016
A Quiet Courage

You wouldn’t tell part of a story and just stop writing halfway if you were a novelist. The same standard holds for a 100-word story.


Ask an Editor Series: Grant Faulkner/Lynn Mundell,” August 9, 2014
Fiction Southeast

… stories and essays really do have to be 100 words. It’s a challenge. But writers might also think of the word count as the guardrails sometimes put up around bowling lanes—it’s a pleasing bit of structure and security!