Authors Page

Thank you for following my progress as an emerging writer. My list of published pieces grows slowly and steadily and I  hope you’ll find something you enjoy here.  Maia

Museum anthology

December 2019

Those lovely writers in Didcot have published my poem “Upstairs in the Museum” in their Museum Collection anthology.

 

October 2019

And another children’s publication Storgy Kids has published my short story, “Harley and the Black Hole” with wonderful illustrations too. You can read it here

 

August 2019

Stinkwaves cover

 

The long awaited Stinkwaves 2019 published my poem ‘Daphne Dinosaurus”.

You can find out more here

June 2019

I had some fun with the hourly prompts during National Flash Fiction Day. My piece “Cake” appeared online. Here’s the link

May 2019

Very happy to have my short piece “That moment, in a bubble” published by The Drabble.  You can read it here

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Also in May, the lovely people at Tell-Tale Press published my fantasy piece “Keeper of the Falls”  in their Creatures series online and in print.  You can read it here

March 2019

Gardens of Enchantment

Very excited to see my Flash Fiction piece, “The Red Planet” in the beautiful Gardens of Enchantment Anthology, published by Fantasia Divinity and edited by Fanni Sutto.  You can find it here

 

December 2018

Normal

My cosy crime “A Lipstick to Die For” was published in Didcot Writer’s anthology of short stories, “The Most Normal Town in England”. The collection was edited by Alice Little and Mike Evis and you can read more about it  here

November 2018

FF2

Thrilled that my short piece “Only the Ivy” was selected to appear in the Flash Fiction Festival Two anthology and published by Ad Hoc Fiction.  Read more here

October 2018

Three Drops.

Ready for Samhain’ was picked up by the delightful Three Drops from a Cauldron to appear in their Samhain 2018 online publication. You can read it here

December 2017

“Speed Chess” was the second piece I started at the Bath Flash Fiction Festival. It appeared in The Drabble and you can read it here

July 2017

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My short piece “Decomposition”, written at the Bath Flash Fiction Festival and was published in Flash Fiction Anthology.  It was also published online by The Drabble. You can read it here

June 2017

My piece “The old man of the sea”  was published online as part of the  2017 National Flash Fiction Day. You can read it here

November 2016

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My  flash fiction piece “Virtual Father” is published by Main Street Rag as part of an anthology “It’s about time”  Edited by Kathie Giorgio

September  2016 

Garland of the Goddess: Tales and Poems of the Feminine Divine

 

Two of my Flash Fiction pieces, “Guan Yin” and  ‘The Burned Veil” are published in “Garland of the Goddess: Tales and Poems of the Feminine Divine by Bibliotheca Alexandrina, edited by Gerri Leen.

February 2016

 

My poem “The Lipstick” appeared in riverbabble (Issue 28: Winter 2016).  You can read my poem here

Early Work

November 2015

My Flash Fiction story “At the Street Fair” was published by Forward Poetry in “The Great British Write Off”. You can read my story here

May 2015

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My flash fiction piece “Her Face”  appeared as part of National Flash Fiction Day.  You can read it here

August 2013

My piece ‘The Fury’ made the shortlist of  Words With Jam First Page contest.

April 2013

My piece “The Last Time’ was published online by FlashFlood Journal.  You can read it here

2 Responses to Authors Page

  1. Off to a nice start. I look forward to seeing what else you successfully send into the world, here and with publications.

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