I’m Jo Simmonds, I’m the editor of The Fiction Pool, an online journal which features short stories, flash fiction and occasionally poetry. I’m a published flash and short story writer but I also dabble in poetry and script writing. Why did you start your publication? I started The Fiction Pool because I was aware of […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Jo Simmonds, editor of The Fiction Pool"
We are very happy to publicise the release of Chapel Town Books’ flash fiction collection, Badlands by Alyson Faye. Alyson is a long-time zeroflash contributor, having been victorious and has now released this collection of flash fiction pieces. It is out on to buy on amazon, NOW! If you would like to know more – here […]Read more "Badlands, the new flash fiction collection from zeroflash alum, Alyson Faye"
Jude Higgins is a writer, writing tutor and organises flash fiction events. She is published in the New Flash Fiction Review, Flash Frontier, The Nottingham Review, National Flash Fiction Day Anthologies and the Fish Prize Anthology among other places. She has won, been placed or short listed in many different flash fiction contests. Her debut […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Jude Higgins"
Born the son of an unemployed coal miner in a tiny Kentucky Appalachian villa named Big Creek (population 400), Jason fought his way out of the hills to the big city of Lexington. He attended Transylvania University (real school with its own vampire) and received a degree in computer science. Since 2004, he has owned […]Read more "An Interview with Jason Sizemore of Apex Magazine"
You’ve been waiting and you’ll have to wait a little longer, but here is the list of those that will be featured in the first ever, Zeroflash anthology and the illustrated front cover by long term colleague, Sophia Johnson. Not long now. We’re also pleased to announce that the interactivity within the E-book will allow […]Read more "The zeroflash anthology is nearly here…"
Meet Max Booth the 3rd, Editor-in-Chief of Perpetual Motion Machine. Managing Editor of Dark Moon Digest. Columnist at LitReactor. Co-host of Castle Rock Radio. THE NIGHTLY DISEASE! What got you interested in writing? I owed a lot of money to the mafia after betting wrong with the horses. My father always told me, if I […]Read more "Meet Max, he thinks he’s funny – you judge."
My name is Ben Warden and for three years I’ve been running a flash fiction competition on Twitter, called Serious Flash Fiction. The project runs from early May for around 8-10 weeks and challenges anyone brave enough to write a flash fiction story in just 129 characters (that’s about 25 words). Each year I take […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Ben Warden of Serious Flash Fiction"