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!”
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.
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.
We round out a full year of Wyld Flash with The Wager by Lynne Lumsden Green – about a steampunk steam train in the steamy old west, packed with mythical creatures and impossible odds. Wev’e published a new story every week for a year now – and we’ve got some great ones lined up forContinue reading “Wyld Flash 52 – The Wager”
Our fourth collection of short stories is out now featuring dark tales of monsters, machines and mayhem and lighter tales of love and loveliness. Order now from http://www.wyldblood.com/magazine or through Amazon.
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…
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 http://www.wyldblood.com
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.
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 http://www.wyldblood.com
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.
I think we once said ‘no zombies’ when we asked for submissions. Well, the thing about zombies is that they get you in the end if you’re not careful. But if you don’t actually call them zombies, then maybe their bite won’t hurt, much. And maybe, just maybe, no-one will notice. You’ll shamble along, singingContinue reading “Wyld Flash 46 – Rhymes With Dead”
New Wyld Flash, proving you shouldn’t take superheroes too seriously. Even Bad Guys Have Good Days in Excelsior City by John Adams is our 45th weekly dose of free fiction, live on our website now.
We’re still taking submissions for flash fiction, novels and steampunk short stories – but only for today! After that we’re taking a short break to read all the fantastic stories you’ve been sending us. Send us your best to http://www.wyldblood.com/submissions by midnight on May 31st, wherever you are.
Wev’e just posted another story: Special Delivery by Holly Schofield, live and free right now on the website. And there are 43 other fine stories there in our Wyld Flash series – check them out!
Another Friday, another dose of Wyld Flash – free fiction for the weekend brightening up the website right now. This one imagines a future where we’re isolated for our own good. Sound familiar? Well, not quite. Excurmania, by Danielle C. Chen.
Wer’e launching the third issue of our glossy, fantabulous, story-packed Wyldblood magazine today featuring races for survival. vengeful witches, love and loneliness in the stars, post apocalypic blind dates, space spiders, not quite dead kings, magic mountains and social media nightmares. All new, all science fiction and fantasy. Order now from Amazon or via ourContinue reading “Wyldblood Magazine #3”
There’s an interview with our editor Mark Bilsborough over at Jean Lee’s World now where he discusses Wyldblood and writing more generally. There may be secrets spilled (then again…)
The answer is – Cameo, by Eilidh Spence. Great new free flash fiction on the Wyldblood website right now.
Wev’e got a an open call for flash fiction at the moment – science fiction, fantasy or horror up to 1,000 words – for our weekly Wyld Flash slot on our website. Our flash fiction appears for free but we pay for stories and we need your best. Submissions are open until the end ofContinue reading “More flash, please”
A gory one this week – Frankie says Relax, by Cathleen Davies. Live on the website now.