Category Archives: Fiction

Don Stoll – Honey

Don Stoll‘s fiction is forthcoming in THE BROADKILL REVIEW, XAVIER REVIEW, THE MAIN STREET RAG, WILD VIOLET, THE AIRGONAUT, PULP MODERN, YELLOW MAMA (three times), FRONTIER TALES, and CHILDREN, CHURCHES AND DADDIES, and recently appeared in GREEN HILLS LITERARY LANTERN (tinyurl.com/y2lfxysm), CLOSE TO THE BONE (tinyurl.com/y38ac6jv), DARK … Continue reading

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Kevin McManus – Harvester of Sorrow

While Kevin McManus has only been publishing books for four years, the Irish author’s fiction has already earned him awards, accolades and a fierce hallmark for intense, thrilling crime adventures. Kevin McManus is an award winning crime fiction writer from … Continue reading

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Gordon Ferris – Journey Home

Gordon Ferris is a Dublin writer living in Ballyshannon in Co Donegal. He is a member of the Dublin Writers Forum  and has had poetry and short stories published in A New Ulster, Hidden Channel and The Galway Review. Most in … Continue reading

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Katacha Díaz – Moonlight Serenade

Katacha Díaz is a Peruvian American writer. Wanderlust and love of travel have taken her all over the world to gather material for her stories. Her prose and poetry has been published internationally in literary journals, print and online magazines, and … Continue reading

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Steve Carr – Cry Me A Song

Steve Carr, who lives in Richmond, Virginia, has had over 300 short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals and anthologies since June, 2016. Four collections of his short stories, Sand, Rain, Heat, and The Tales of … Continue reading

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Anna Allen – Train Hopping

Anna Allen, born in County Wicklow, has lived in Connemara for over thirty years. Though the idea of writing nagged and haunted her, having married and started a family that grew and grew, there were too many other calls on … Continue reading

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William Falo – The Anti-Lullaby

William Falo writes fiction. His work has appeared in Newfound, The Ginger Collect, Soft Cartel, Fictive Dream, X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine, and other literary journals. Twitter @williamfalo The Anti-Lullaby By William Falo I watched the tourists line up at the entrance … Continue reading

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James Rogers – The Pass

James Rogers, originally from Leitrim, now lives in New York and teaches maths at the United Nations International School. His short story, “The Ball,” published in The Leitrim Guardian, won the M J MacManus award in 2016 and recently “Maguire’s … Continue reading

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Marie O’Shea – After The Fall

Marie O’Shea studied Sociology at UCC. She lives on the Beara Peninsula with her husband and three (biggish) children.  When she’s not doing her day job, she’s busy trying to be a writer.  Her short story ‘The Friendly Match’ was … Continue reading

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Gordon Ferris – Silent Thoughts

Gordon Ferris is a Dublin writer living in Donegal for the past thirty-six years. He is a member of the Dublin Writers Forum and has had poetry and short stories published in A New Ulster, The Galway Review, and poetry in … Continue reading

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Steve Carr -Jolene

Steve Carr, who lives in Richmond, Virginia, has had over 290 short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals and anthologies since June, 2016. Four collections of his short stories, Sand, Rain, Heat, and The Tales of Talker Knock, have been … Continue reading

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Jonathan Starke – There’s nothing out there

Jonathan Starke is a former bodybuilder and boxer. He’s ventured to sixty countries, harvested seaweed in Ireland, given free hugs in Spain, and flipped pancakes in Denmark. He loves riding trains and wondering about the lives unfolding outside the window. … Continue reading

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