Our Flash Collections


 

This collection of prose and poetry takes the reader on a journey through many aspects of life and indeed offers you many ways of seeing. It makes the reader take another look.

Ricks Vick’s mantra was, “Let the pen do the writing.” He had a love of people that manifested itself on every level, from the encouragement of a shy, new poet at one of his workshops to his record-breaking seven appearances as a writer at the prestigious Stroud Short Stories.

Sadly Rick died before we finished preparing this collection for publication. He has left us an inspiring legacy.

 

 

"The World In An Eye" is an eclectic collection. It ardently and boldly tackles issues that plague our societies. Presenting diverse flash fiction stories set in America, England, Germany, Italy and other places where poignancy, rawness and sensitivity are propelled to the foreground. This evocative compilation also thrusts taboo topics out from the fringes into the spotlight. Here, they explore and expose the lives of those not fed with golden spoons.

 

 

 

 

 

 Allison Symes loves reading and writing quirky fiction. She discovered flash fiction thanks to a Cafélit challenge and has been hooked on the form ever since. In this follow-up to her "From Light to Dark and Back Again", Allison will take you back in time, into some truly criminal minds, into fantasy worlds, and show you how motherhood looks from the viewpoint of a dragon. Enjoy the journey!





Click on the image to find out more about the book.  
A collection of very short stories to suit every mood.
£6.00




One a day, written in January, welcoming returning light
£6.00 














A collection of 41 stories, all under 1,000 words
£7.00












An Odyssey of grief and sodomy.  And every subtle shade in between.
£7.00 










An eccentric mix of stories and poems
£6.00









 A collection of flash fiction - short tales, long shadows
£.6.00









 and other stories
£6.00






















Ideal for body and brain
£6.00

















Twenty -seven very human stories
£6.00 


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