Rick Sanderson’s resignation was spectacular. Ten years to the day since becoming a City trader, in the middle of a senior staff meeting arranged to discuss recent losses by the London office, he was asked how his team was going… Continue Reading
“The migration of the future is migration to the future!” the advertising slogans cheerfully ran, assaulting people from bright and colourful holo-posters, blaring from radios and televisions, and finding a variety of innovative ways to annoy folks who just wanted… Continue Reading
Listen to “Who Knew More Than Karen Carpenter About a Broken Heart” by Digby Beaumont, read by the author: [display_podcast] Digby Beaumont‘s stories appear in journals such as The Rose & Thorn, 34th Parallel, Slow Trains, Pindeldyboz, Monkeybicycle, The Linnet’s… Continue Reading
Hello We are experiencing some technical difficulties with the Every Day Fiction site as a result of the unexpected server move. It will take us a week or two to resolve all the issues. This post will be updated with more… Continue Reading
Listen to “Burden” by Peter Tupper, read by the author: [display_podcast] Peter Tupper is a journalist and freelance writer. This is his second flash piece published in Every Day Fiction. “Burden” by Peter Tupper was originally published on March 11, 2008.
Listen to “Sparkers” by Peter Tupper, read by the author: [display_podcast] Peter Tupper is a journalist and writer in Vancouver, British Columbia. “Sparkers” by Peter Tupper was originally published on July 15, 2008.
Listen to “Heartsounds” by Dale Phillips, read by the author: [display_podcast] Dale Phillips studied writing with Stephen King, has written three novels, and published short stories in Plot magazine, Space & Time, Ethereal Gazette, Big Pulp, Crime and Suspense, Atomjack,… Continue Reading
Listen to “Cock Up” by Jonathan Pinnock, read by the author: [display_podcast] Jonathan Pinnock was born in Bedfordshire, England, and–despite having so far visited over forty other countries–has failed to relocate any further away than the next-door county of Hertfordshire.… Continue Reading
Listen to “The Wall” by Ben Loory, read by Matt Cowens: [display_podcast] Ben Loory is a musician and writer living in Los Angeles, California. His book Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day is currently seeking a home. Matt… Continue Reading
Listen to “Anarcho-Syndicalist Endgame” by Benjamin Jacobson, read by Matt Cowens: [display_podcast] Benjamin Jacobson writes; everything else is optional. Matt Cowens is a writer and high school English and Media Studies teacher living on the Kapiti Coast of New Zealand.… Continue Reading