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Category Archives: Flash fiction
My jury prize nanostory, ‘Shimmer Shift’, from the Dog Days of Summer competition is available over at The Not.
There are some very generous and talented people out there on the Interwebs, no? Greg McQueen is one of them. Off the back of 100 Stories for Haiti, an anthology of flash fiction he put together through his indie publishing … Continue reading
Life as an emerging writer is one full of story ideas, self-doubt and question marks over the effectiveness of the words we take so much care in ordering sequentially. Your ego takes a boost when an online zine no one … Continue reading
Flasher extraordinaire Michael J Solender (of Not From Here, Are You? fame) has announced the winner of his Dog Days of Summer 2010 competition. Future Nostalgic‘s Sam Adamson took out the Grand Prize, while yours truly was one of a … Continue reading
While it’s always a real thrill to have a story included in an anthology, the release of Best of Friday Flash Volume One is a an absolute pleasure. The #fridayflash movement on Twitter – the brainchild of JM Strother – … Continue reading
It’s been a long wait, but Flash! has been published by Static Movement and contains my story ‘Willpower’. You can buy the flash fiction anthology from Amazon.
I was so excited when Ion ‘Nuke’ Newcombe, the editor over at AntipodeanSF, accepted my science fiction flash story that I did a little happy dance. He was great to work with and helped make the story a much tighter … Continue reading
If you’ve never tried to negative suck moonfruit, you’ll have no idea what I’m talking about. So head on over to Negative Suck and read all about it. While you’re there, check out the June 2010 edition, which includes my … Continue reading
Writing is a funny game. Fortunately I’m still young enough (figuratively speaking, of course) for it to still be a mostly pleasurable pursuit, otherwise scathing criticism would be enough to make me hang up my hat. As it is, my … Continue reading
I am so pleased my flash fiction story ‘Special Delivery’ has been published by Bewildering Stories. I have a sentimental attachment to that story and it’s nice to see it ‘out there’.