It’s a very weird story.
The very awesome Mash Stories, a great writing competition (that pays winning authors with NO entrance fee!) has published this piece of mine in their blog.
My story is in the newest issue of the online art and writing zine, The Artist Catalogue. Check it out!
I’ve been published in an anthology.
It’s titled After the Fall, and is a collection of a post-apocalyptic short stories.
I’ve known about this for quite a while, but it’s now been released on Amazon, and it looks lovely! So far, the anthology, published by Almond Press is only available as an e-book, but it will eventually be available as a paperback as well. If you’re interested in seeing it or purchasing it, click here.
Look forward to some more fiction posts during the coming days as well, as I’m queuing some up right now!
I meant to share this with you guys quite a while ago, but I was in the middle of my second-to-last week of my first (very intense) term at Oxford. So, slightly belatedly, here it is. In November, I got emailed two very specific, quite weird prompts, of which I was to choose one. I had to write a thousand word short story within a week and submit it. The four winners of Tin House’s weekly Plotto competition competed against one another and… you guessed it, I won! The link at the top of this post will lead you right to the page with my story.
I am honored, terrified, ecstatic, nervous, pleased, proud (and so many other adjectives that seem quite incompetent to describe the strange muddle of emotions in me) to share with you the following link, which leads directly to my first ever credited publication: