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Yes, others write microfiction. (I write 100-word stories.) There are several journals (online and print) that publish it. You don't ask about publishing, but you could start with @Tiny_Text and 100WordStory. Cupboard publishes really interesting chapbooks of tiny fiction. I don't know of any online communities, but they might be out there.


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Create a web site and publish them there. Create a Facebook page and post them there. Publish them in collections in ebook form. And in paperback, if you want to. You don't need all that many to make a publishable collection. I've published standalone short stories as short as 3000 words. That makes for a pretty darned thin paperback, but I do sell a few ...


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It is worthwhile also searching for flash-fiction; although this can be up to 1000 words it will often be shorter. Also 'drabble' is another name for works of circa 100 word lengths. I myself write humorous flash-fiction, but don't really belong to any communities.



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