Congratulations and thank you to Irene Montaner, who won our December competition and has graciously agreed to judge the entries this month. Irene Montaner was born in sunny Tenerife. After having studied and/or worked in several rainy countries, including Belgium, the Netherlands and Ireland, she realised she didn’t really liked the rain and moved to […]Read more "January’s Guest Judge – Irene Montaner"
Dr Ho and the Daleek by Mark Carew A familiar, pepper-pot robot glided towards me, its eye-stalk and death-ray quivering. Maybe this was the time, the moment of impending peril, when I would return to the screen and restart my career. But no; the death ray turned out to be a green vegetable with a […]Read more "January’s Zeroflash Entries"
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"
A bit about me: I’m a UK-based writer of fantasy and SF fiction and short stories. I’ve written several novels and I’m in the submission stage. I’ve had short stories accepted by SF publications and my story ‘A God’s Mercy’ won the 2016 Remastered Words audio anthology competition. I also co-write screenplays with my best […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Richard Webb (@RaW_writing)"
The Absurdist is a small monthly periodical of absurdist flash fiction and illustrations, printed and distributed in Portland, Oregon and shared digitally around the world. https://absurdistmag.com/ Twitter: @absurdistmag Facebook: @absurdistmag Connor Lucey is publisher and editor-in-chief of The Absurdist. He published the literary and arts anthology Doc Patrick’s Journal: (Volume 1) in Oakland in 2014. […]Read more "An interview with Connor Lucey, editor of The Absurdist"
This month the illustrator’s duties fell to Andrew Howell. We asked him to imagine a 1980’s amusement arcade and then make it Zeroflash themed. Here is what we got. Pretty awesome, huh?!Read more "November’s Zeroflash Logo"
This month is the first logo from our latest illustrator – Jon Stubbington. ‘Crossroads’ We hope you enjoy it and find inspiration.Read more "October’s Zeroflash Logo by Jon Stubbington"