Hi to all our contributors for the inaugural Zeroflash Anthology of Flash Fiction. It’s delayed. You likely figured that out. Massive apologies. Work, designer obligations, babies and other mitigating circumstances mean that we are looking at April 2018 for the launch. I know it’s not what you want to read, but in the interests of […]Read more "Zeroflash Anthology Update"
I’m Jesse Stanchak, and I run Micro Flash Fiction (@MicroFlashFic), a Twitter account that publishes 3 pieces of tweet-length fiction per day in a variety of genres. I’m a journalist by training but these days my day job is in marketing. Why did you start your publication? I’ve been writing since I was four. My […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Jesse Stanchak of Micro Flash Fiction"
Daniel studied Creative Writing at University, and works full time as a freelance writer and editor, working in both Fiction and Nonfiction. He’s been published as both a ghostwriter, and under his own name, and founded Grindstone Literary Services alongside friend and partner Nathan. Since then, they’ve dedicated themselves to helping others develop their writing […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Daniel of Grindstone Lit"
Katie Manning is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Whale Road Review, a journal of poetry and short prose. She is also an associate professor of writing at Point Loma Nazarene University and the author of Tasty Other, which won the Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award. She lives with her spouse and sons in San Diego, […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Katie Manning of Whale Road Review"
Tonight’s Entertainment Ryan Yarber @YarberWrites He opened his eyes to see a bulky, metal globe floating above him. The sphere turned to reveal drawn-on eyes and large, endless smile that filled the surface. “Hello friend,” the metal face said, its eyes unblinking. “Where am I?” he groaned. “You’re at the best place this side of […]Read more "Zeroflash March Competition Entries"
This month’s competition is one close to my heart. ‘At the Mountains of Madness’, by H.P.Lovecraft (the same story that we based the logo on this month). I read and re-read this book a number of times and it led to my own writing taking something of a dark and sinister, un-Godly slant. I even […]Read more "MARCH’S ZEROFLASH WRITING COMPETITION"
Tamara Burross Grisanti is a writer and editor living in Buffalo, New York. She enjoys dark literature, proofing, editing, rare typos, literary journals, and Oxford commas. Tamara is a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, and her poetry and fiction appear or are forthcoming in New World Writing, Eunoia Review, Chicago Literati, Former Cactus, and Corvus Review. […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Tamara Burross Grisanti, Editor-in-Chief of Coffin Bell"