Here is our first piece of work from our new Artist-in-Residence, Andrew Howell. We hope you enjoy it and welcome him to the site.Read more "June’s Zeroflash Logo"
We’d like to congratulate last month’s winner and thank him for taking on the Guest Judging duties for June. Frank Trautman is a freelance writer, researcher, and scientist currently based in Atlanta. At night, he soars above the city on wings of whiskey and dreams. That’s him, now. Perched on the hood of a Buick […]Read more "June’s Zeroflash Guest Judge"
This month’s competition is a Science Fiction romp! I’m after 300 words of flash fiction hedonism. Action, adventure, heck, sorcery if you like. Cross genres; it can be romantic if you like, suspenseful, maybe even horrific if you’re still in the mood. Your mission, should you chose to accept it, is to make this month’s […]Read more "May’s Zeroflash Competition"
Following a survey on our twitter page, our theme for this month is…HORROR! Abandoned buildings, gothic homes, wooded lands, strange smells…whatever makes you cringe and crawl to your very core. It can be b-movie themed, funny or plain terrifying…dealer’s choice. Just the one submission each per person, please. 300 words, maximum. Deadline is Midnight GMT […]Read more "April’s Zeroflash Competition"
Who Knew? by Susan Cornford Carley crouched on the floor and listened to bullets slam into the wall behind her. Someone must have compromised the motel safe-house. Why had she followed Jake into that alley while he bought drugs? Was it lack of excitement in her middle-class life or some kind of death wish? Questions […]Read more "March Zeroflash Entries"
We are very pleased to belatedly announce that our guest judge for March’s Zeroflash competition is February’s winner, Christopher Stanley Christopher lives on a hill in England with his three sons who share a birthday but aren’t triplets. In 2016, his stories won multiple prizes and were published in places like The Molotov Cocktail, Jellyfish Review, […]Read more "March Guest Judge"
Zeroflash would like welcome January’s winner to our growing list of guest judges. We wish her well and hope she has fun rading the entries this month. Jade Mitchell is a South African living in Oxford, trying not to embarrass her countrymen and failing frequently. She’s been writing short stories since she was old enough […]Read more "February’s Guest Judge"