Short story projects for submission 2022 Third Flatiron I’m eagerly awaiting the topics for the 2022 Third Flatiron anthologies, since I missed out in 2021, I was so busy, and Things With Feathers sounded like something I should have had
Short Story Collections have grown very popular in the last few months. I don’t know whether it’s the pandemic, loss of concentration, or just not having to settle down to something you don’t know you’ll like. I set out about
I’m cataloging my short stories/flash fiction with the idea of producing some collections next year. At present I’ve listed over 200 flash fictions of more than 500 words. Putting them in rough genres didn’t seem to help, so I’ve now
Short story competitions have been everywhere during lockdown, it seems. National Flash Fiction Day Most importantly, National Flash Fiction Day, linked with the journal Flash Flood opened for submissions last week, and closed yesterday. I submitted three pieces, all of
Third Flatiron presents Galileo’s Theme Park, a new anthology of science fiction, dark fantasy, horror, and humor. Twenty short stories by an international group of authors explore how the universe has changed since Humanity took a closer look at the stars.
Includes ‘Titan is all the Rage’ by Jemima Pett
BookElves was a concept that arose out of an earlier work led by Sally Harris who got a number of authors of Middle Grade stories together to put a chapter of their work into a teaser volume.
Those authors then felt an anthology might be fun to do, and I project managed both volumes, with covers by Danielle English.