I have two stories bookending the very lovely Black Noise Anthology (which you can buy here) – The Coffin Shop and The Man Who Married A Sandwich.
You can read both of those elsewhere on this site, but you should definitely buy the book as well because it’s full of excellent stories by other people too. Also it fits very snugly in the back pocket of a pair of jeans, which is always handy.
Hurray! I have won the Ad Hoc Fiction contest at the kazillionth time (approximately) of trying.
You can read it here, or alternatively I have pasted it below (because it’ll be shunted farther and farther down the Ad Hoc Fiction page as the weeks go by).
Here’s a longer version of an old Ad Hoc Fiction contest entry that I haven’t been able to find a home for elsewhere, perhaps because it’s deeply, utterly nonsensical. But I like it, and I hope you do too, so here it is.
Doctor Fitzwilliam bent down to examine the baby in her mother’s lap. He frowned, heavy eyebrows forming a deep v-shape, like a caterpillar bent in half. He looked at the worried parent, back at the baby, then back to her mum.
‘Doctor, she’s turned blue. I’m so worried! What’s wrong with her?’
‘Mrs Howard,’ said Doctor Fitzwilliam, straightening up. ‘Is this some sort of joke?’
I have a story, called Storytelling, in the new Flash Fiction Magazine ebook! Which you can get here, if you like. Exciting!
Another new one, this time over on Flash Fiction Magazine, about eating a lovely bowl of tasty worms. Mmm. Delicious.
New from me on Sick Lit Magazine, the story of a girl who goes to rather extreme, sandpapery lengths to achieve beauty. As you do. Enjoy!
I forgot to post this one! As of a few days ago, I have a super-short piece up on The Drabble, about the perils of gift-giving. The picture perhaps spoils the twist a little though, so maybe pretend it’s not there…