Today is the National Flash Fiction Day 10th Anniversary and I have a flash fiction piece published in their Flash Flood Journal which was chosen from 2,000 entries! I am eight years old and this is the year I learn to float. It is the year I learn to speak Spanish, although I firmly believe … Continue reading This is the Year I Learn to Float
Ellipsis Zine is an online and print literary magazine for beautifully written fiction & creative nonfiction. How and why did you begin Ellipsis Zine, and how long has it been running? I set up Ellipsis Zine in June 2017 and initially wanted to create an online space for flash fiction I liked to read. I … Continue reading Interview with EllipsisZine Editor, Steve Campbell
I met Natalie when my short fiction piece, North Norfolk Coast, was published online in 1000words at the beginning of July. 1000words publishes flash-fiction of up to 1000 words in length, written in response to an image. I have been impressed with the site and the quality of the work for a while. Natalie's response to my … Continue reading Interview with Author and 1000words Editor, Natalie Bowers
I am pleased to welcome the Director of National Flash Fiction Day, Calum Kerr, for a guest post on the short fiction form. His new collection, Lost Property, brings together four brand new pamphlets of flash fiction, featuring Singsong, Soaring, Burning and Citadel. The collection contains 83 stories that move from the hilarious to the sinister and demonstrates the unique … Continue reading So When Are You Going To Write A Proper Book, Then?