Non-Fiction

Features and Reviews

Flash Fiction International: Very Short Stories from Around the World. Eds. James Thomas, Robert Shapard, Christopher Merrill – Bath Flash Fiction Award – Review – (January 2017) – read it here.

Looking Back, Moving Forward: Reflecting on Life Happening in Jack C. Buck’s Deer Michigan – SmokeLong Quarterly, Blog – Review – (January 2017) – read it here.

Short-Short Stories with Big-Big Impact: the Flash of Margaret Atwood – THRESHOLDS Short Story Forum – Feature – (November 2016) – read it here.

Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine by Diane Williams – Bath Flash Fiction Award – Review – (November 2016) – read it here.

The Dog Looks Happy Upside Down by Meg Pokrass – Bath Flash Fiction Award – Review – (November 2016) – read it here.

The Best Small Fictions 2016, Eds. Tara L. Masih and Stuart Dybek – Bath Flash Fiction Award – Review – (October 2016) – read it here.

Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer, Edited by Robert Swartwood – Bath Flash Fiction Award – Review – (September 2016) – read it here.

Songs Without Music by Tim Stevenson – Bath Flash Fiction Award – Review – (August 2016) – read it here.

Hometown by Carrie Etter – Bath Flash Fiction Award – Review – (July 2016) – read it here.

Why Flash Fiction? Coming Out to Flash Fiction – SmokeLong Quarterly, Blog – Feature – (April 2016) – read it here.

Academic

Forthcoming Chapter in Critical Insights: Flash Fiction to be published by Grey House Publishing.

Author Interviews / Guest Posts

TSS Flash Fiction Interview: Meg Pokrass and Santino Prinzi – The Short Story – (April 2017) – read it here.

Deceptive Perceptions – Nik Perring.com – (December 2016) – read it here.

Flash fiction author Santino Prinzi releases debut collection of stories – Swindon Advertiser – print and online – (September 2016) – read it online here.

The Short Story Interview with Santino Prinzi  The Short Story – (April 2016) – read it here.

Prose Poetry | Finding the Magic: An Interview with Santino Prinzi – Unbroken Journal – (January 2016) – read it here.

Miscellaneous 

Clarissa and Computers – This is a first-class independent project I’d completed as a part of the Digital Literary Studies module I studied as a part of my undergraduate degree at Bath Spa University – find out more here.