10-second review: Want an audience for your short, short fiction? Here are some places on the Web.
. The Missouri Review (www.missourireview.org) Six-minute limit. Recorded submissions.
. DimeStories (www.dimestories.org). Submit written version of 3-minute story (about 500 words) by e-mail.
NPR. Three-minute fiction. James Wood selected his favorites and read them on the air throughout the summer.
The Moth (www.themoth.org). Five-minute true stories. “Not a venue for readings, but a venue for tellings.”
Yarn Audio Works (www.yarnaudioworks.com). First-person stories, documentaries….
Title: “Audio Outlets Give the Story Telling Tradition a Modern Twist.” A Wallen. The Writer (October 2009), 12.