About

Welcome to The Drabble at WordPress, a site dedicated to publishing original fiction, non-fiction, and poetic works of 100 words or less. Find us on Facebook @drabblemag or on Twitter @the_drabble

Care to submit?

Submit your original drabble using our online submission portal. (Note: The title and by-line do not count against the 100-word submission limit.) If you’d prefer to remain anonymous, please indicate that in your submission. If you’re not yet entirely sure what drabble is, consider reading this post.

If you’re submitting something that you’ve already posted on your own blog, we ask that you please cut and paste the text into the body of your email. Please do not send links.

We look forward to reading you shortly (bad pun intended).

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196 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m delighted you visited my blog and liked my post–“Cultivating mindful presence: the artist’s task,” which included a wonderful essay by Mary Oliver on creative inspiration as well–because your doing so has led to my discovery of The Drabble. I love the concept. I’ve been reading the stories and am impressed by the authors’ ability to convey stories so well in so few words. I look forward to reading more.

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  2. This might sound ridiculous, but it makes me happy every time you like one of the installments on the blog. Thanks for reading and taking that moment to leave feedback. I’m going to take up your 100 word challenge!

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  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my essay, “Dealing with Rejection when Writing on Sensitive Topics.” I haven’t written too many drabbles, but I do like writing short things. I’ll add you to my list of places to submit.

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  4. What a great medium! I dislike using the overused word medium but it is just that. It’s own perfect beneficiary of it’s creation. I will go forth and drabble, share the drabble, praise the drabble! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. I’m so happy you visited my blog and liked the post–“Is the idea of a disabled person finding love still in the Dark Ages?” It led to my discovery of The Drabble. I love the idea of so many writers coming together. 🙂

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