What got you interested in writing? I have always been a writer. From 5 years old, I was writing stories. I took a break during the dark years of middle and early high school, mostly just writing extreme-emo poetry when the angst struck me. But in my early twenties I came to find my identity […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Levi Noe"
My name is Tayden Bundy. I live in Lincoln, Nebraska. I have had few pieces published. I won first prize in the prose category for my short story entitled “Linger” in Illuminations and have also been published in The Airgonaut and Laurus Magazine. I was also previously an intern for Prairie Schooner. Ashden Review is currently on pause but will return […]Read more "An interview with Tayden Bundy, editor of Ashden Review – a new flash fiction journal"
A bit about me: I’m a UK-based writer of fantasy and SF fiction and short stories. I’ve written several novels and I’m in the submission stage. I’ve had short stories accepted by SF publications and my story ‘A God’s Mercy’ won the 2016 Remastered Words audio anthology competition. I also co-write screenplays with my best […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Richard Webb (@RaW_writing)"
The Absurdist is a small monthly periodical of absurdist flash fiction and illustrations, printed and distributed in Portland, Oregon and shared digitally around the world. https://absurdistmag.com/ Twitter: @absurdistmag Facebook: @absurdistmag Connor Lucey is publisher and editor-in-chief of The Absurdist. He published the literary and arts anthology Doc Patrick’s Journal: (Volume 1) in Oakland in 2014. […]Read more "An interview with Connor Lucey, editor of The Absurdist"
‘G. V. Anderson is a British fantasy writer whose first professional short story, ‘Das Steingeschöpf‘, was nominated for a World Fantasy Award in 2017. She’s fond of old books, German, and small dogs. Her work can be found or is forthcoming in Strange Horizons, StarShipSofa, Syntax & Salt, and F&SF.’ What got you interested in […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with G. V. Anderson"
This month our guest judge is the very talented winner of October’s competition, Patrick Widdess. Patrick Widdess is from Cambridge and now lives in Norwich. In between he has lived in Greece, China, Japan, Poland and Wales. He writes poetry which frequently veers into flash fiction and his work has appeared in Agenda Poetry, The […]Read more "November’s Zeroflash Guest Judge"
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