Monthly Archives: February 2015

Flash Fiction Friday 156: 6-word stories

Originally posted on MorgEn Bailey – Editor, Comp Columnist/Judge, Tutor and Writing Guru:
Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and fifty-sixth piece in this series. This week’s is the nineteenth bunch of 6-word stories by a…

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James Holden: Some thoughts on the joys of tradecraft

Last month I took a story about a hitman to a meeting of the Asylum for feedback. As ever, people were helpful, and left with me a sense that the story was worth investing some more work in. One thing … Continue reading

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James Holden: Roses

This story is a response to a writing prompt set by fellow Asylum member Mat Danaher. The prompt he set was “a rose by any other name”, and you can read more about it here. If asked, Jean Butterman would … Continue reading

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