I have a flash fiction called ‘I Could Be Anyone’ over at Visual Verse. It’s in response to a brilliant photo prompt. To check it out, follow this link here: ‘I Could Be Anyone’ – Visual Verse, Volume 4 Chapter 1.
My flash fiction, ‘Her Incarceration’, has now been published in the fourth issue of Long Exposure magazine. It is available to purchase by following this link here.
The issue features many brilliant writers. I’m honoured to be included in this issue alongside such talent!
You are invited to join me, Diane Simmons, Jude Higgins, and Calum Kerr for an evening of flash fiction readings to celebrate the launch of my debut flash fiction collection Dots and other flashes of perception.
The event will take place on Friday 18th November at the St James Wine Vaults in Bath. Free entry!
We look forward to seeing you there!
My flash fiction called ‘Touching the Tender Parts’ will be published in a forthcoming anthology with the working title of A Furious Hope.
I’m really excited for my work to be included in this anthology of fiction and poetry about hope, which will be edited by Zelda Chappel. We are experiencing dark days, and with each passing day the world seems to be getting a little bit darker; this anthology is an anthology of hope in these hard times.
Though it sounds risqué, ‘Touching the Tender Parts’ is a delicate story of hope in a situation that is all to common. I can’t wait to share it with you when the anthology is published in 2017 (publication date to be confirmed).
My flash fiction ‘We Need a Heart Transplant, Not a Facelift’ will be published in the second issue of Black Market Re-View, an online magazine edited by undergraduate and postgraduate students from Edge Hill University in the UK.
I’m so happy that this story has found a home; it was fun to write, and I hope have fun reading it! ‘We Need a Heart Transplant, Not a Facelift’ is about a man who reads in the newspaper that Mary Portas is coming to town to fix up their high street.
Interested? You won’t have to wait long! The second issue of Black Market Re-View is scheduled to be published this weekend. I’ll post a link once it’s up!
My flash fiction, ‘The Fortune Seeker’, has been published today by Litro Magazine as a part of their #FlashFriday weekly feature. You can read it by following this link here: Litro Magazine.
I’m so proud to have a story published by Litro Magazine, and I hope you all enjoy reading it. ‘The Fortune Seeker’ is about a young woman called Lorna who wants to discover the meaning behind her recurring dream…
I’m thrilled to be able to share that I have become a part of the team behind Vestal Review, a very well-established flash fiction magazine. The below is quoted from the Vestal Review ‘About Me’ page because I feel this really sums up what Vestal Review is all about:
Launched in March of 2000, Vestal Review is the world’s oldest magazine dedicated exclusively to flash fiction.
We are firmly established as an exciting venue for exceptional flash by both emerging and well-known authors. Our stories have been reprinted in numerous anthologies such as Best of the Net, Sudden Flash Youth and You have Time for This. Vestal Review is an eclectic magazine, open to all genres except children’s stories and hard science fiction. Our past contributors include Steve Almond, Katharine Weber, Aimee Bender, Sam Lipsyte, Judith Cofer, Bruce Boston, Robert Boswell, Bruce Holland Rogers, Michelle Richmond, Stuart Dybek, Robert Olen Butler, Pamela Painter, Sara Banse, Claire Tristram and others.
Vestal Review is one the best flash fiction magazines in the world. It originated so many things–so many great stories have been between its covers. And no doubt, with Vestal, more of the best is to come. May it thrive. -Robert Shapard.
Vestal Review is an awesome literary journal, one that does the work of angels when it comes to short short fiction. A national treasure. Find it. Read it. Now. -Steve Almond
I’m really excited to be a part of the team. I’m looking forward to reading all of your submissions, and to do what I can to uphold the reputation of Vestal Review as one of the best places for quality flash fiction.