In Defence of Pseudoscience
The Woman in the Pink Hoody
On a Rising Current
Published in Reflex Fiction Volume 5
Spineless Wonders Travel Anthology
Caspar’s Galleon published in the anthology
Bath Flash Fiction – Volume Six
The Fragility of Together
Published in Snow Crow
Reflex Fiction – Volume Four
Red Ochre Rising and Rubble of Longing published in Beguiled By a Wild Thing.
Twice Not Shy
New Home for a Ghost and Highway Revenge are published in Twice Not Shy.
Mum Life Stories – Volume One
The Landscape of Hands and When Nobody came to Stay published in Volume One.
Bath Flash Fiction – Volume Five
Firebird and The Phoenix published in Bath Flash Fiction Volume Five, Restore to Factory Settings
Grieving Season — Literati magazine
As part of their Grieving Season series in February 2021, Literati Magazine republished The Grieving and Rubble of Longing.
Emerge Literary Journal: 2020, Issue 16
Dedicated to Emerging Writers
Northerly — Byron Writer’s Fest magazine
Falling In. Falling Out and After the Storm published in the Summer 2020-2021 eversion and in print.
Highway Revenge and New Home for a Ghost published in the Night Parrot Press anthology Twice Not Shy in April 2021.
A Girl’s Guide to Fly Fishing
Reflex Fiction Volume Three
A Girl’s Guide to Fly Fishing contains 158 flash fictions from 139 writers from across the world. These short short stories, each no longer than 360 words, were longlisted for the Reflex flash fiction competition held in 2019.
My flash Relationship Maths is published in this brilliant book.
My flash Metamorphosis is published online. READ >
A 50-word story is a piece of fiction written in exactly 50 words. That doesn’t mean “roughly” 50 words; it doesn’t mean “as close to 50 words as possible”; it doesn’t mean 50 words or fewer. It means exactly 50 words. (Tim Sevenhuysen)
Ellipsis Zine, Six: 2119
‘A collection of micro-fiction – 100 words, 100 years from now – from 36 of the best contemporary flash fiction writers.’
My flash piece A Good Result is published in Ellipsis Six.
Flash Flood – National Flash Fiction Day UK
Flash Flood is National Flash Fiction Day‘s curated online flash fiction journal, open for submissions for one week a year. During that week, over 1,000 stories are received and favourites selected for publication on National Flash Fiction Day.
My flash piece Freefalling was published in Flash Flood 2020.
Some comments received:
This is stunning. I’ll read this over and over.
Jenny Kennedy, Twitter.
Fantastic Flash. Full of sight, sound, taste, touch. Wonderful imagery and use of language.
Matt Kendrick. Writer. Twitter.
100 Words of Solitude
A project set up to capture and record human responses to enforced lockdown or self-imposed isolation as Covid-19 (Coronavirus) sweeps across the world.
My 100-word flash piece In the Slipstream is one of 100 global stories.
The Practice of Solitude
Twenty-five words on isolation in Covid times fused with twenty-five words from three other authors to make one story.