Victory and Grace Press: A Quiet Afternoon 2
Release date 1st July 2021.
Watch this space for details! :-)
AVAILABLE NOW through Kindle
Buy through the editor: https://tanstaaflpress.com/books/witches-warriors-and-wyverns/
Buy Through Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Witches-Warriors-Wyverns-Thomas-Gondolfi/dp/1938124596
A 1400 word story has been accepted for publication mid 2021.
Details to come!
"The Cat"(4900 words) was published in Teleport Magazine on May 20, 2021. You can check out this super cool magazine here: https://www.teleportmagazine.com/ and read my story here: https://www.teleportmagazine.com/2021/05/20/the-cat/
"Spring-Child"(500 words) was published on Aphelion - The webzine of science fiction and fantasy. This is featured in Issue 255, Volume 24, October 2020.
Read "Spring-Child" here - https://www.aphelion-webzine.com/flash/2020/10/Spring-Child.html
I'm so excited to be featured in this long-established magazine that has been supporting writers of sci-fi and fantasy for decades. Check out this fantastic online magazine here: https://www.aphelion-webzine.com/
"Misplaced Dreams (3000 words) was published in this gorgeous new Magazine, Legendary Tales in October 2020. Check out Misplaced Dreams here: http://legendarytalesmagazine.com/misplaced-dreams/
Check out this fantastic new sci fi and fantasy online mag Legendary Tales here: http://legendarytalesmagazine.com/
Note: All sites have been down for quite a while. This gorgeous magazine looks like it may have gone belly up!
"Wicked Obscenity"(500 words) (link to story is featured below) was included in issue 267 of the Queensland Writer's Centers WQ Magazine - December 2019! Thank you QWC!
"The End" (800 words) was published in the Daily Drunk - a fantastically amusing online magazine in June 2020. Looks like the story has been archived off their site, but you can access the Daily Drunk here: https://thedailydrunk.com/
Right Left Write Competition - Queensland Writers Centre
August 2019 Winner
Lost (50 words)
Light etched the mountain’s spine, mist ribboned the open blades of ravines. Mary dragged bloodied nails down grooves in soft plastic. A dark house winged her back. Bare feet chilled cold nests of dew-soaked grass. Each breath hung, a fading wisp. The mountain trailed distant threads of sound:
(Comp rules: 50 words or less, must include the words spine, open and wisp