This is taken from a workshop I ran at the eFestival of words. Sorry for any typos, but I hope you might find it useful.
Welcome to the drabble workshop.
Let’s start with a quick definition, just in case you’re not sure what drabbling is.
According to Wikipedia, “A drabble is an extremely short work of fiction of exactly one hundred words in length, not necessarily including the title. The purpose of the drabble is brevity, testing the author’s ability to express interesting and meaningful ideas in an extremely confined space.”
(If I were giving this talk today, I would skip Gather and Nings, but you should always be on the lookout for more good sites)
If you’ve got an email address you’re on the internet.
If you’ve got a book out or an article in a magazine, you’re into marketing.
If you’ve got friends, you’re networking.
And if you use Google, you can do almost anything.