Month: February 2016

‘Between the Notes’ Accepted for the Inaugural Issue from Ink In Thirds

A prose poem of mine, ‘Between the Notes’, has been accepted for the inaugural issue from Ink in Thirds.

To find out more about them, and for details about submitting your own writing, please follow this link here to their website.

A magazine of poised prose, precarious poetry, and photography that makes us want to pilot our own realms again.

‘A Change of Luck’ Published by Spelk!

My flash fiction, ‘A Change of Luck’, has now been published at the brilliant Spelk and is available to read by following this link here.

Spelk is a brilliant home for flash fiction. I hope you enjoy reading my story and wholeheartedly encourage you to read the other flashes Spelk publish and consider submitting your own!

‘Just Like Mummy’ Published by CHEAP POP!

My flash fiction, ‘Just Like Mummy’ has now been published over at the incredible CHEAP POP and it is available to read by following this link here.

I’m so happy this story has found a home. ‘Just Like Mummy’ is about a little girl who wants to grow up to be like her mum, though she probably shouldn’t… It’s innocent and dark… you’ll see what I mean.

I hope you enjoy reading ‘Just Like Mummy’ and I wholeheartedly encourage you to read the other fiction CHEAP POP have published because they’re powerful pieces which will stay with you long after reading. They really do pop!

‘Seeing Red’ Published in Issue 2 of Rockland!

 

My flash fiction ‘Seeing Red’ has been published in issue 2 of Rockland. It is available to read below, but if you find yourself in London you should pick up a copy of their latest issue. It’s free, and available from different outlets, detailed on their website  and Twitter (@rocklandlit).

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