Author: David Borrowdale

The Unexpected Consequences of a Double-Yolk Egg published by Flash Flood

I have a new flash, The Unexpected Consequences of a Double-Yolk Egg, published as part of the 2017 Flash Flood.

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Saturday in The Castle Published by Spelk

I have a new flash fiction, Saturday in The Castle published by Spelk.

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How To Be A Person by Shane L. Koyczan

Do yourself a favour and listen to this fantastic poem by Canadian spoken word poet Shane L. Koyczan.

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Pull Down the Fences

I scaled a fence today. It was a fence that had stood for generations. I know not if it was built to keep people in or out. I didn’t question the fence; I climbed it because it was there.

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Intimate Ceremony Published by Litro Online

I have a new short story published by Litro Online. This was the first short story I adapted from a much shorter Flash Fiction.

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For Want of Oil

The rusted pulleys shrieked as Molly hoisted the clothes airer and secured the rope to the cleat.

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Reflex Fiction Flash Fiction Competition

Reflex Fiction is a quarterly international flash fiction competition for stories between 180 and 360 words.

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Parlour Games in the Dark Published by Visual Verse

I have a new flash fiction published by Visual Verse.

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