My work has appeared in the following anthology. If you enjoy fantasy or science fiction short stories for Young Adults and are interested in exploring the literary possibilities of prose rather than poetic kishotenketsu, you might like reading One Thousand Words for War, published in May 2016 by CBAY Books.
This anthology contains 19 short stories pertaining to varying types of conflict, from full-out war to more individual conflicts with bullies. Among these are several 1000-word flash fiction stories employing the aesthetics of a Japanese poem form called kishotenketsu, which is a method of telling a valid story without using conflict. It might ring a little strange to the Western mindset, but, when written well, it is very entertaining. Do a Google search on "The Daughters of Itoya," and you will see what I mean.