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You Don’t Have To Be An All-Knowing God Of The Roman Pantheon To Work Here (And It Doesn’t Really Help) (Forthcoming, June 2019) National Flash Fiction Day Anthology, 2019
What The Unicorns Saw (March 2019), Atticus Review
Transposition (October 2018), The Bristol Prize Anthology 2018 (Bristol Prize – joint 3rd place)
The Girl Who Eats Lighbulbs (September 2018), New Flash Fiction Review
Aerial – June 2018, Flash Flood Journal, originally published in Flash Fiction Festival One.
Me ‘N’ Claudz Of A Saturday Night Down The Chippy And The Oasis Bar – June 2018, National Flash Fiction Day Anthology 2018 (print anthology)
Matt’s Song (forthcoming), A Wild And Precious Life (print anthology, Unbound)
Reunion – February 2018, Ellipsis Zine Two (print anthology)
Holy Night – December 2017, Open Pen (London) http://www.openpen.co.uk/
How To Tell A Kestrel From A Hawk – December 2017, Short Editions Short Story Dispenser machines
No Lightning – December 2017, Short Editions Short Story Dispenser machines
Aerial – December 2017, Flash Fiction Festival Anthology, Volume One (print only; available here.)
Canis Major – November 2017, Connotation Press
BBC4 9pm – The Role of DNA in Ageing – November 2017, Connotation Press
Whiteout – November 2017, (b)OINK zine
Fly Away Home – September 2017, Reflex Fiction (First Prize)
Interior Decorating – September 2017, (b)OINK zine Voices. (Micro CNF concerning baby poo.)
Everything Would Be Fine If The Family Would Calm Down – June 2017, Flash Flood Journal for National Flash Fiction Day.
Sleep Is A Beautiful Colour – June 2017, National Flash Fiction Day Anthology, Sleep Is A Beautiful Colour (title story). Chosen by Santino Prinzi for his Top Ten Funny Flash article in SmokeLong Quarterly – see link. Nominated for Best Small Fictions 2018. Available in print.
One in Twenty-Three – October 2016, Bath Flash Fiction Award (First Prize). Published in To Carry Her Home (Bath Flash Award Anthology Vol. 1) Nominated for Best Small Fictions 2017. Translated and published in Vietnam’s Hanoi Moi newspaper (May 2017). Published in translation in the anthology Bay Len (2018).