Short Fiction

Welcome to the Short Fiction page.

We are currently CLOSED to general short story submissions. Please click on the ‘Submission’ link above in the menu for further details.

We also run quarterly Flash Fiction competitions which run on a rolling basis in spring, summer, autumn, and winter, all with a minimum £550 prize fund. Please use the menu above to learn more.

Elizabeth Stott online short story with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘Dandelion’ by Elizabeth Stott

Elizabeth Stott lives in the north of England and worked in industry as a scientist. Her stories and poems have appeared in magazines, anthologies, online and as a short story collection, Familiar Possessions. Most recently, stories have featured in Liars’…
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Jo Gatford Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: ‘Second Skin’ by Jo Gatford

Jo Gatford is a writer who procrastinates about writing by writing about writing. Her novel White Lies won the Luke Bitmead Bursary and was published by Legend Press in 2014. Her short fiction has been published all over the shop,…
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Adam Lock TSS Publishing Flash Fiction winner

Flash Fiction: ‘Cubism’ by Adam Lock

Adam Lock won the STORGY Flash Fiction Competition 2018, was placed third in the Cambridge Short Story Prize 2017, and has been shortlisted twice for the Bath Flash Fiction Award 2018. He’s had stories appear in publications such as MoonPark…
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Órfhlaith Foyle short story on TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘La Heburterne’ by Órfhlaith Foyle

Órfhlaith Foyle was born to Irish parents in Nigeria, Africa and has lived in Kenya, Malawi and Australia, and now Ireland. The Lilliput Press published her first novel Belios. Her first full poetry collection Red Riding Hood’s Dilemma was published…
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Kevin Kissane Flash Fiction on TSS Publishing

Flash Fiction: ‘What She Carried’ by Kevin Kissane

Kevin Kissane is an American writer, journalist, and queer activist. His work has been featured on platforms such as Paperfox Lit Mag, of which he is the editor, Gay Times, Jetenous Magazine, the Ginger Collect, and forthcoming in Eyeflash Poetry. As…
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