Link to this month’s theme Gods of Summer by Alana Libell Mabel and Alice sat waiting by the rocks tracing the lines left from the fire and kicking the scraps still stuck to rocks. Alice had always said it was a pity they were the only ones who’d kept these old traditions going without losing […]Read more "July’s Zeroflash Competition Entries"
Hi all. This month we’re going to the dark side…by way of pulp. That’s right, we’re aiming for a touch of pulp horror in our prose this time around. If you’re unsure what that really means, click this link, but if clicking is too much, imagine ‘Jaws’ (random as F*** when written), The Amityville Horror, […]Read more "July’s Zeroflash flash fiction competition"
Interview with David J. Wing of Zeroflash This week we have fellow blogger and flash fiction author, David J. Wing. David was also a previous Horror Scribes competition winner. Hi David and welcome back to Horror Scribes. Please tell us a bit about you and your writing. Where to begin…It was a cold and stormy night. […]Read more "Incase you missed it – my interview with Horrorscribes"
Here is a plug for Zeroflash alum, Eric S.Fomley @PrinceGrimdark. I’m putting together an anthology and I’m seeking support on Kickstarter. I want to gather 100 Drabbles (a story told in 100 words) from 100 new and established authors. The genres will be science fiction, fantasy and horror and all stories will be dark and […]Read more "Drabbledark: An Anthology of Dark Drabbles by Eric S.Fomley"
Amanda Saint is a novelist, short story writer, and features journalist. Her debut novel, As If I Were A River, was a NetGalley Top 10 Book of the Month and a Book Magnet Blog Top 20 Book of 2016. Her short stories have been widely published and long and shortlisted for, or won, various prizes. […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Amanda Saint of Retreat West"
Tell us a little about Horror Scribes. Horror Scribes is a repository for horror fiction. We started out a couple of years ago as a new-age campfire around which horror fans would gather and share their tales of the macabre. We grew, and this is a common trend among horror blogs, into a tight-knit community […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Horrorscribes"
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"