I’m originally from Florida, recently married and moved to Northern Ireland. I’m a writer of horror, dark fantasy and other genre fiction. Currently awaiting the right to work in the UK, I spend most of my current days writing, reading, spending time with my wife and stepdaughters and promoting other authors in the genre fields, […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Brian Bogart (@DreamsDarkly)"
I. E. Kneverday is a writer of science fiction, horror, and fantasy, whose work has been featured in publications including Drabbledark and Exoplanet Magazine. His short story “Fromagegoria” won first place in Zeroflash’s July 2018 competition. His first book, The Woburn Chronicles: A Trio of Supernatural Tales Set in New England’s Most Mysterious City, is available now. Links: website: Kneverday.com twitter: @Kneverday […]Read more "August’s Guest Judge is I. E. Kneverday"
Current Competition Theme Watching by Michael Prihoda The monsters sit around a table, eating food, chatting about their recent business. Yeti is there and Bigfoot and they sent a card to Nessie saying how bummed they were she couldn’t be involved. Nobody invited the Chupacabra, for good reason. They eat a lot of hummus with […]Read more "August’s Zeroflash Competition Entries"
This month’s Zeroflash, flash fiction competition is themed around the concept of living in an 8-Bit World/Universe. That means…whatever you think it means. Interpret this as you will. Any genre, any style. Have fun! Please send your 300 word stories to: email@example.com Deadline is Midnight GMT on the final day of the month. Please allow Zero […]Read more "August’s Zeroflash Creative Writing Competition"
Jess Doyle is a writer from North Wales. She writes short stories and flash fiction and is currently working on her debut novel. Jess’s stories have been published by Idle Ink and Horror Scribes and she is a Zeroflash winner. You can find Jess on Twitter as @jcdoyleyRead more "July’s Guest Judge is…Jess Doyle – June’s winner!"
My name is Sam Rose and I’m a writer, poet and editor from Northamptonshire, England. I am the editor of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine and The Creative Truth. Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine has until now been a monthly magazine showcasing mainly poetry but also flash fiction from new and established writers all over the world. […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Sam Rose of Peeking Cat Poetry"
My name is P.J. Blakey-Novis, and I am a British writer living on the south coast of England. I am a co-founder of Red Cape Publishing, which incorporates a number of projects including a monthly, digital magazine entitled Indie Writers Review, featuring short stories, poetry, flash fiction, author interviews, and book reviews. Details, and back-issues, […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with P.J. Blakey-Novis"