The carpenter’s reputation had travelled far beyond the forest in which her little cottage stood. One day, it brought a Duke to her door, and with him a piece of blackwood and a bag full of coin. Waving a gloved hand in the air, gems gleaming at his throat, the Duke commanded that the carpenter […]Read more "April’s Zeroflash logo and a short tale from illustrator, Jon Stubbington"
This month zeroflash has gone a little trippy. We tasked illustrator, Jon Stubbington to channel his inner Escher and this is what he came-up with. Can you spot the zero? So, in-keeping with Jon’s vision, I’m asking for the trippiest, freakiest, most surreal piece of prose you can concoct. Let your mind roam and your […]Read more "February’s Zeroflash Writing Competition"
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…"
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"
Asimov’s Nightmare by Christopher Moltzau With a self-inflicted pause to the panted breaths he hugged the broken wall, as the red light from what he fled took to light the world around him. His eyes grew wide, as his heart drummed in a panicked flutter and sweat took to drench his skin and his favorite […]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)"