New Flash Fiction wins Spooky Story Contest!

spookystories-300x300For Halloween this year, SpecFicNZ, New Zealand’s national organisation for writers of speculative fiction, ran a flash fiction contest, looking for spooky stories of up to 500 words. The competition was judged blind by Bound author, Alan Baxter.

I entered a couple of pieces, and one of them, Bridge, took first-equal place with a story by Jo Tomlinson. I was pretty stoked about that.

You can read the story, along with the other winners, at the SpecFicNZ website.

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