17 December 2014
Flash Frontier, December 2014, Is A Great Way To Round Out The Year
I should have known I was tempting fate (in a good way) when I posted my roundup of what I'd had published in 2014 and said I didn't expect anything else to be published this year ... because then I got the very welcome news that my short-short "Officials" had been selected by guest editor Owen Marshall for inclusion in the December 2014 issue of Flash Frontier.
This is an excellent issue with stories from these New Zealand and overseas authors:
Elizabeth Farris, The Ossuary
Maggie Rainey-Smith, Turning the Worms
Steven Gowin, Earthquake Weather
Brenda Anderson, Can We Get You Anything?
Tim Jones, Officials
Maris O’Rourke, Cast-offs
Keith Nunes, With Her Eyes Open
Annette Edwards-Hill, A Life Well Lived
Frank Beyer, Under the Turnstyle
Paul Beckman, Color Coordination Rules
Heather McQuillen, The Stick, the Boy and the Shell
Rita Shelley, Vested Interest
Patrick Pink, The Hurt That’s Blood
Mike Crowl, The Memorial
Steve Charters, Letting Go
Celine Gibson, Constancy
Michael Webb, Game Over
Gail Ingram, Aoraki
D R Jones, Yeah, Nah
Adam J Wolstenholme, Down Goes His Lordship
Helen Moat, Danger Zone
Fortunato Salazar, October
Louise Miller, Three Women
Andrew Stancek, Corn Chowder
Nancy Stohlman, The Fortune Teller
Rupprecht Mayer, At Home
There is also a feature by Rachel Fenton:
This month Flash Frontier‘s Rachel Fenton bows out of her role as Features Editor and inter[e]views Frances Gapper, author of The Tiny Key. Also this month, poet and short fiction writer Valerie Sirr leads us through a blind criticism and flash enthusiast David James recommends his favourite shorts by other writers. We end with a piece about craft from flash editor Jamez Chang.
You can read the fiction here and the feature here. It's a great way to round out the year!