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“ESCAPE” Microfiction vs Poetry Competition

Posted by Chrissey - 19th September 2012

Listen up, writers, we have a competition running! Are you team Micro Fiction or team Poetry? Join in the battle of the short form literature by entering your work into our competition. The team with the most entries will be … Continue reading


Love’s a B**ch

Posted by Chrissey - 10th September 2012


Micro-fiction – vol 1

Posted by Chrissey - 12th March 2012

Umbrella The clear plastic umbrella lay broken on the side of the road. Twisted and forlorn. It looked so sad. Unloved. And, it wasn’t exactly keeping the rain off any more; cold rain that drove in at an angle. Never … Continue reading


Micro-fiction

Posted by Chrissey - 12th March 2012

I hope you all enjoyed the Ink Babe’s interview! One of the fiction formats they are including in their anthology is micro-fiction; short prose pieces with a story structure. For those who haven’t come across micro-fiction before, here’s a bit … Continue reading


One Corpse Too Merry

Posted by Chrissey - 12th December 2011

‘I know it’s home time,’ DS Reid said at noon, his hands full of tinsel. ‘But we thought we’d stay around a little longer. Keep you company. We don’t like the thought of you working the rest of Christmas Day … Continue reading


The Real Evil

Posted by Chrissey - 10th October 2011

“You know goblins live in the churchyard, right?” Liam teased his little sister, Sarah. “Nu-uh, you’re making that up.” She kicked a bunch of leaves at him and he froze. “Oh, you are dead.” He stooped, scraped together a handful … Continue reading


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