Tag Archive: creative writing

Flash Fiction by David O'Dwyer

Flash Fiction: ‘A Keeper’ by David O’Dwyer

David O’Dwyer lives in Dublin, Ireland, with his partner Helen and three daughters. He works in the Centre for Safety and Health at Work in University College Dublin (UCD). His short stories have appeared in Cadena magazine, the Migrating Minds…
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Leonora Desar Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: ‘Fire, Ocean’ by Leonora Desar

Leonora Desar’s writing can be found or is forthcoming in Passages North, River Styx, SmokeLong Quarterly, Harpur Palate,Hobart, and Quarter After Eight, among others. She recently won third place in River Styx‘s microfiction contest, and was a finalist/runner-up in Quarter After Eight‘s Robert J. DeMott Short Prose…
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Flash Fiction by Geoff Kronik

Flash Fiction: ‘Henry’s Turn’ by Geoff Kronik

Geoff Kronik has a degree from the Warren Wilson College MFA Program and his stories and essays have appeared in Blood Orange Review, Salamander, SmokeLong Quarterly, The Common Online, the Boston Globe and elsewhere. He reviews fiction and non-fiction for Colorado Review and has received a fellowship from…
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Leonora Desar Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: ‘Sunday Drives to See My Grandma’ by Leonora Desar

Leonora Desar’s writing can be found or is forthcoming in Passages North, River Styx, SmokeLong Quarterly, Harpur Palate,Hobart, and Quarter After Eight, among others. She recently won third place in River Styx‘s microfiction contest, and was a finalist/runner-up in Quarter After Eight‘s Robert J. DeMott Short Prose…
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Gregory Norminton interview with TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: Gregory Norminton

Gregory Norminton is a novelist, actor, playwright, and environmental activist, born in 1976. Several short stories and dramatisations have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and he has completed a short story collection THE POISON TREE. He was on the…
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Kit de Waal in an interview with TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: Kit de Waal

  Kit de Waal was born in Birmingham to an Irish mother, who was a childminder and foster carer and a Caribbean father. She worked for fifteen years in criminal and family law, was a magistrate for several years and…
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