By Megan Thomas This is the new poetry collection from Sarah Wragg, and a suitably spooky read this Halloween season 🎃 Each poem reflects the fleeting but tangible experience of ghosts - or rather, how the living perceive the dead - in a different way. In some, the imagery is that of traditional ghost stories,…
“In the midst of all these haunted people, she sat alone, without a ghost yet longing for one, her writing like a clasp of fingers around empty air.”
An anthology of the longlist for the 2019 Brick Lane Bookshop Short Story Prize.
A collection of flash fiction.
Palm Sized Press is an independent press and online flash fiction writing community and this is volume one of their flash fiction anthology.
By Megan Thomas This year, my short story was published in Cheval 12, an anthology published in 2019 for the Terry Hetherington Young Writer's Award by Parthian Books. I’m no longer eligible to submit a story or poem in 2020’s award (in spite of the name “Megan Thomas”, I’m not actually Welsh), but it was…
“It is very wrong to kill any one." "Oh, I hate the cheap severity of abstract ethics!”
Two ghost stories from the often-underrated voice of Celia Fremlin
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Ryan O'Neill's 101 retellings of the Australian classic short story, The Drover's Wife by Henry Lawson.