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send short stories!

We have reopened for short story and flash fiction submissions for the whole of August – head to our submissions page for full details. Wer’e looking for science fiction and fantasy up to 7,000 words for our bi-monthly Wyldblood Magazine and our website – and we pay ¬£0.01 per word (approx $0.014). Check out whatContinue reading “send short stories!”

Wyld Flash 53 – Curfew, by Brian Maycock

We start our second year of Wyld Flash stories by going back to our roots with an unsettling tale of village life, when the sun sets and the blood-red moon rises in the chill winter sky. Curfew, by Bran Maycock is live on the website now.

July Newsletter out now

We’ve just sent out our July newsletter, full of sneak peeks at some of the Wyldblood #4 stories, some excellent flash fiction and a reminder that we’re open for submissions again from August 1st. Find the newsletter here and sign up to get them every month here.

Wyld Flash 51 – Clone Care

Our 51st flash fiction story, Eric Fomley’s Clone Care, is live and free on the website now. It’s all in the eyes. The yellow eyes…

Wyld Flash 50 – Within These Walls

We’ve reached half a century of Wyld Flash this week – tiny slices of fantastic fiction free every Friday. This week’s story is science-fiction: Within These Walls by Natalie Burrows tells of arrogance, empathy and humanity – found in unexpected places. On the site now

Wyld Flash 49 – Black Friday

This week’s free flash fiction takes place in a pawn shop with a difference – and there’s a sale on. Caveat Emptor. Black Friday, by Tim McDaniel live on the website now.

Wyld Flash 48 – The Dragon Hunter

The Dragon Hunter by Liam Hogan is our 48th (48th!) free flash fiction story, live now on our website. We love dragon stories, but only the reckless or the unwary would hunt the mythical monsters down, surely? A tale of greed, guile and glory, deftly told. #freefiction #flashfriday

Wyld Flash 47 – It’s Free to Laugh

Advertising – it’s everywhere. And you can’t always fast forward through the commercials, particularly when you’re driving and they’re driving you to distraction. But sometimes the irony is sweet. It’s Free to Laugh by James Cato is our 47th free flash fiction story, now live on our website.


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