December’s Zeroflash entries

RONNIE AND THE RED RUG by Claire L. Smith @clairelsmxth With the winter sting rippling the rims of his rug, Ronnie broke into a run. The make-shift cape hung from his throat, flowing behind him like a river of red. The snow crumbled beneath his brand-new boots, the houses inhabiting the street flying past him. […]

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Getting into writing – an interview with Mark Budman

Mark Budman was born in the former Soviet Union. His writing appeared in Five Points, PEN, American Scholar, Huffington Post, World Literature Today, Daily Science Fiction, Mississippi Review, Virginia Quarterly, The London Magazine (UK), McSweeney’s, Sonora Review, Another Chicago, Sou’wester, Southeast Review, Mid-American Review, Painted Bride Quarterly,  Short Fiction (UK), and elsewhere. He is the […]

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December’s Zeroflash Competition

Hi all. ‘Tis the season to be joyous, jolly and jovial. So, in the spirit of all things Christmassy, give us the most light-hearted, happy, lovely, romantic, happy, smiley and simply wonderful prose. Any genre, time, style, what-have-you. Just the one submission each per person, please. 300 words, maximum. Deadline is Midnight GMT on the […]

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Getting into writing – an interview with Katie Marsden on DNA Magazine

Katie Marsden is the founder of DNA Magazine UK – a new quarterly digital magazine celebrating true tales of ordinary people. She’s a recent Creative Writing & Publishing graduate from Bath Spa University and won the university’s 2016 Creative Writing & Digital Media award for a non-fiction project called Redacted. What got you interested in […]

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