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Joanna Campbell

Flash Fiction Interview: Joanna Campbell

Joanna Campbell is a full-time writer from the Cotswolds. Her work has been published in numerous literary journals and anthologies, including Mslexia, The Salt Book of New Writing and twice in The Bristol Short Story Award. Her story, ‘Upshots’, won…
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Alicia Bakewell Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction Interview: Alicia Bakewell

Alicia Bakewell is a short fiction writer living in Western Australia. Her work has recently featured in Ellipsis Zine ‘Three’, and the UK National Flash Fiction Day anthology. Her prize-winning flash fiction piece ‘Barely Casting a Shadow’ appears in the…
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Laurane Marchive short story online with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘Lily’ by Laurane Marchive

Laurane Marchive is a French writer and director based in London. In 2018, her stories have appeared in Mechanics Institute Review 15 and TSS Publishing. Marchive is a past winner of the French Escales des Lettres and, in 2018, was the joint winner of the HISSACcompetition….
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Sophie van Llewyn Resident Flash Fiction Writer with TSS

On Novellas-in-Flash, by Sophie van Llewyn

Sophie van Llewyn was born in Romania. She now lives in Germany. Her prose has been published by Ambit, the 2017 & 2018 NFFD Anthologies, New Delta Review, Banshee, New South Journal etc. and has been placed in various competitions – including TSS (you can…
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Douglas Jensen Flash Fiction TSS Publishing

Flash Fiction Interview: Douglas Jensen

Douglas Jensen is originally from Fife in Scotland and currently lives in Sheffield where he works for a housing charity. He writes short stories and poems with a particular interest in the surreal and absurd. He has also written and…
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Short Story Collection

Short Story Review: ‘Unusual Places by Louise Tondeur

Paperback: 174 pages Publisher: Cultured Llama (1 Aug. 2018) Price: £12.00 ISBN-10: 9780995738195 Review by Erinna Mettler The short story collection has been a stalwart of British literature since Chaucer bundled together a volume of stories about pilgrims on their way to Canterbury….
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