With the launch of his new novel, Zeroflash decided that a brief chat with award-winning Science Fiction novelist, Chris Beckett was in order. Chris is a Cambridge resident and as published a number of books, including a couple of short-story compilations – most notably The Turing Test, which won the Edge Hill Short Fiction Award […]Read more "Chris Beckett’s latest offering – America City"
I was born in Geneva, Switzerland. As my surname suggests, I have Greek roots and often dream of life in Greece. The rest of the time, I plot space operas and fantasy stories at home in Switzerland. I have always been drawn to imagining my stories in which my utopian aspirations for a better world […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Christian Kallias"
Our deadline to enter the first ever, Zeroflash anthology has been extended to December 31st! Zeroflash has been running a monthly competition for the last two and a bit years and in that time we’ve had some simply, outstanding entries from some incredibly talented writers from across the globe. It’s been a while in the […]Read more "Zeroflash Anthology Deadline Extended"
John Clewarth writes mainly, but not exclusively, for children and young adults, but has had over 50 short horror stories for adults published in the independent press under the pseudonym, John Saxton; including a collection of adult horror stories, entitled ‘Bloodshot’. His latest short story, Amelia’s Labyrinth, can be found as a podcast in Season […]Read more "Writing in the dark – an interview with John Clewarth"
Richard de Nooy – image by Keke Keukelaar Richard de Nooy made valiant attempts to avoid writing by studying journalism and psychology for nine years and then working as a tableware salesman, bouncer, data-entry typist, journalist and cartoonist. His first novel won the University of Johannesburg Prize for Best First Book and was later published […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Richard De Nooy"
Vera Kartalou has a university degree in Marketing and Public Relations.Also, she is a comic book scriptwriter and author of multiple fantasy comics and curator of art and comic group exhibitions. She uses writing as a way of expression and creation, believing in the mixture of different forms of art for one aesthetic purpose. Lydia […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with the founders of 121 Words"
Jacci Gooding is freelance writer, blogger, author open mic/live-lit supporter and has recently become involved with internet radio where she reads and presents. She is a member of a writers group that has published two collections of short stories, and her non-fiction articles have been published in magazines including Warwickshire Life, Kitchen Garden and Four […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Jacci Gooding"