Monthly Archives: June 2013
*** On Helen Weaver, Amelia Earhart and the Sibyl of Cumae is a piece of flash fiction, with a limit of 300 words, written for Flash Mob 2013 with the instruction to “… push the envelope, challenge the constraints of … Continue reading
“*** On Helen Weaver, Amelia Earhart and the Sibyl of Cumae” is featured in the 2013 Flash Mob blog.
Pandora and the Brain Surgeon is published in this month’s edition of Blue Fifth Review Flash Special (June 2013).
I read “Splinters” at the Auckland Library on Saturday 22nd June 2013, 2pm – 4pm, as part of their National Flash Fiction Day event.
“Finding Amelia” and “Eye Contact” will appear on the FlashFlood journal blog, at around 01.00 (BST) and 10:00 (BST) respectively on National Flash-Fiction Day – 22nd June 2013. (Updated 21/06/2013)
I was one of the panel members at the Northland Flash Fiction event discussing “Why the short form is so conducive to creativity and experimentation”, held in the May Bain Room, 2nd floor, Whangarei Central Library, on Wednesday June 19th … Continue reading
*** On Helen Weaver, Amelia Earhart and the Sibyl of Cumae I am in ruins. Oed’ und leer das Meer. Sometimes we make the most unwise of decisions. Sometimes the most unwise decisions are made for us. Leaving her enigmatic … Continue reading