Fragile but harsh flash fiction translated from Arabic. A newspaper’s fate, a note from a sweetheart, a story of soil, a story of loss…
A relationship on the brink. Dialogue on a knife’s edge—who gets the first cut? Find out what’s in a half orange.
Dave Leys is the author of The Institute of Fantastical Inventions and its sequel The Institute of Fantastical Inventions II: Magnetic Attraction released by New Holland Publishers.
June Hunter’s short stories appear in Second Chance – an anthology; and online with Mash, Flash Fiction Magazine, Reflex Fiction and Potato Soup Journal.
Hayley-Jenifer Brennan is an emerging writer from Cork, Ireland. She is currently working towards an MA in Creative Writing from UCC
Susan R. Barclay is a 2019 Writer's Digest Short Short Story Competition Award Winner. She is currently working on an anthology of short stories
Fiction from Kieran Mc Gurk, NI winner of The Great British Write Off in 2015.
Bill Teitelbaum’s plays and short fiction have appeared in journals such as Bayou, Louisville Review, Montreal Review and others
Sheila Kinsella’s short stories draw inspiration from her Irish upbringing.
On P.O.E.T.S. Day' won the Maria Edgeworth Short Story competition which is part of the Literary Festival held in Edgeworthstown each summer.
Camillus John has had work published in The Stinging Fly, RTÉ Ten, The Lonely Crowd and others
This piece by Maggie Harris takes the reader on a contemplative journey through dreams and memories.
Joshua Martyn Edwards accidentally aced a BA and an MA in Creative Writing and is now working on his PhD.
Carolyn Geduld’s novel ‘Take Me Out The Back’ is due from Black Rose Writers in 2020
Gerry McCullough’s first novel, Belfast Girls, published by Night Publishing in 2010, was a #1 bestseller on paid UK Kindle. It was republished in 2012 by Precious Oil Publications.
With prose reminiscent of J.D Salinger, Thomas McDade story is a coming of age tale with a difference.
Kate Mahony’s fiction has been shortlisted in a number of international competitions. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Victoria University, Wellington.
Journalist and Author Michael Paul Hogan makes a welcome return to Seanchaí
Pavle Radonic's 'Crisis Central' mines deep into the heart of disadvantage
Heath Dollar won the Texas Observer Short Story Contest and was a finalist for the Kay Cattarulla Award for Best Short Story by the Texas Institute of Letters.