So this happened last month and if you’re wondering what I’m going on about, keep reading the names in the list of featured authors.
I was incredibly pleased to have my flash fiction included along with the short stories of these talented authors.
For the editors at Murderous Ink Press, it was considered a ‘Lick and a Flick,’ which they generally don’t consider. “Your piece remains the only sub-1,000 word fiction that has made us stop and re-jig a project in order to accommodate it.”
It’s small independent presses like Murderous Ink that makes it possible for new writers to gain exposure and for established writers to stretch themselves. It’s win/win for everyone.
The motto of Murderous Ink Press is: You never know what you like until you read it.
Truer words …
The Editors at Murderous Ink Press also have the following in their Crimeucopia Anthologies.
If you enjoy short stories, kindly consider reading these great collections.
16 Countesses of Crime recount tales of Murder, Mayhem and Revenge
Karen Skinner, Hilary Davidson, Pauline Gostling, Linda Kerr, Kate Miller, Tiffany Lindfield, Lena Ng, Ginny Swart, Sandrine Bergès, Michelle Ann King, Amanda Steel, Kelly Lewis, Paulene Turner, Madeleine McDonald, Claire Leng, Joan Hall Hovey.
17 writers take us on Cosy Journeys – some more traditional, others are current.
Featuring: Eve Fisher, Alexander Frew, Tom Johnstone, John M.Floyd, Andrew Humphrey, Joan Leotta, Gary Thomson, Eamonn Murphey, Matias Travieso-Diaz, Madeline McEwen, Lyn fraser, Ella Moon, Gina Grandi, Louise Taylor, Judy Penz Sheluk, Joan Hall Hovey and Judy Upton.
~ June Lorraine Roberts
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