Flash Fiction – Stripping the Words Bare, Part 3

Today, I post the final 10 of my entries in Writers Victoria flash fiction competition, which they ran to celebrate their 30th anniversary. For 30 days they posted a prompt at 8:00 am and we had until midnight to write a 30 words response. I was lucky enough to win April 7 for the prompt Saltwater. … Continue reading Flash Fiction – Stripping the Words Bare, Part 3

Flash Fiction – Stripping the Words Bare, Part 2

To celebrate their 30th anniversary, Writers Victoria ran a flash fiction competition in April, 2019. For 30 days they posted a prompt at 8:00 am and we had until midnight to write a 30 words response. I was lucky enough to win April 7 for the prompt Saltwater. I posted my first 10 stories here. … Continue reading Flash Fiction – Stripping the Words Bare, Part 2

Short Fiction: Blood Orange

I wrote this short piece for Australian Writers' Centre's Furious Fiction last year. Among other criteria, it had to be set in a supermarket. The story seems appropriate close to April Fools' Day. In it, I pose the question, how do you deal with frustration? *** Night shift. Andy beatboxes as he stacks Milo onto … Continue reading Short Fiction: Blood Orange