Victoria Melekian’s stories and poems have been published in many literary journals. Her story “What I Don't Tell Him” aired on National Public Radio. She has twice won a San Diego Book Award. She lives with her husband in Carlsbad, California.
Interview with Victoria Melekian: Summer 2019 Flash Fiction Contest Runner Up
If you haven’t taken the time to read her story, “Something to Salvage,” click on the link here and give yourself an early Christmas present. Then come back here for a conversation with this author.
This story will resonate with so many of our readers. Read more . . .
Bath Flash Fiction Award: Interview with Victoria Melekian, runner-up, Novella-in-Flash Award, 2018
Victoria Melekian's novella-in-flash A Slow Boat to Finland was a runner-up in the 2018 Bath Novella-in-Flash Award judged by Meg Pokrass. Meg said of the novella, "We are not sure how a bereaved mother will recover after losing her toddler daughter in a car accident. Especially when the little girl's heart saves another child. The strong and convincing writing will pull you right into this story and make you want to know what happens next." Here Victoria tells us more about how she went about writing the novella, and gives tips to anyone who wants to embark on such a project. You can buy In the Debris Field the collection of three winning novellas-in-flash, which contains Victoria's novella, in several different currencies at the Ad Hoc Fiction Bookshop
Read the interview with Victoria on Bath Flash Fiction Award
Ink In Thirds featured Victoria in one of their untypical #FeatureFriday interviews, inkinthirds.com/2018/08/17/featurefriday-victoria-melekian
Contact Victoria by email at vmelekian at gmail dot com.