Monthly Archives: April 2015

don’t be scared

Of a blank screen. Theoretically I try and write something creative everyday. In practice I totally fail at this, and generally end up writing on Saturday and Sunday mornings when I tend to wake earlier than everyone else for some … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Friday 159: 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-ninth piece in this series. This week’s is the twenty-first bunch of 6-word stories by a…

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James Holden: The Box

I’m making my way along like I normally do, eating dirt and whatever’s in it, crapping it out the other end, when I bump into something. Normally this only happens when I feel like coming to the surface and strike a brick … Continue reading

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Alby Stone: Taking Stick

Copyright © 2015 Alby Stone In the space of a fortnight, he’d left a trail of victims scattered on pavements and public spaces across London. They were clearly not carefully selected and stalked, but although they appeared to be chosen … Continue reading

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James Holden: The best short stories of the moment are on the telly

Two things in the past fortnight have gotten me thinking about where and how we access stories, and in particular where we can find short stories outside of books or magazines. The first thing was the post fellow Asylum inmate … Continue reading

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