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‘Lovelocked’ Published in Ink Sweat & Tears!

‘Lovelocked’ has been published today by the brilliant Ink Sweat & Tears. It’s about love locks, but this flash isn’t as twee as the love locks you see fastened to bridges…

I’m super proud to have been published by this webzine. I love the prose and poetry they publish, and you should definitely check them out.

You can read ‘Lovelocked’ by following this link here.

‘Submerged’, ‘Tempestuous’ and ‘Sequester’ Published at Unbroken Journal!

Three of my prose poems have been published together in the latest issue of Unbroken Journal. They are called ‘Submerged’‘Tempestuous’, and ‘Sequester’. You can find the latest issue, the March/April 2016 issue, but following this link here.

I have so much love for this journal. The work they publish is astounding, and the editor, R.L.Black, is incredibly supportive. I encourage everyone to submit their writing to Unbroken.

Plus this month’s cover is stunning!

If you’re interested, you can also read the interview I had with R.L.Black as a part of their Making the Magic series about writing Prose Poetry. You can read it by following this link here.

Thank you, Unbroken. I hope you all enjoy reading this latest issue – I’m looking forward to it!

‘Between the Notes’ Accepted for the Inaugural Issue from Ink In Thirds

A prose poem of mine, ‘Between the Notes’, has been accepted for the inaugural issue from Ink in Thirds.

To find out more about them, and for details about submitting your own writing, please follow this link here to their website.

A magazine of poised prose, precarious poetry, and photography that makes us want to pilot our own realms again.

‘A Change of Luck’ Published by Spelk!

My flash fiction, ‘A Change of Luck’, has now been published at the brilliant Spelk and is available to read by following this link here.

Spelk is a brilliant home for flash fiction. I hope you enjoy reading my story and wholeheartedly encourage you to read the other flashes Spelk publish and consider submitting your own!

‘Just Like Mummy’ Published by CHEAP POP!

My flash fiction, ‘Just Like Mummy’ has now been published over at the incredible CHEAP POP and it is available to read by following this link here.

I’m so happy this story has found a home. ‘Just Like Mummy’ is about a little girl who wants to grow up to be like her mum, though she probably shouldn’t… It’s innocent and dark… you’ll see what I mean.

I hope you enjoy reading ‘Just Like Mummy’ and I wholeheartedly encourage you to read the other fiction CHEAP POP have published because they’re powerful pieces which will stay with you long after reading. They really do pop!

‘Backspace’ Published by the Journal of Microliterature!

My flash fiction, ‘Backspace’, is now available to read at the Journal of Microliterature now! It’s about all the things we wish we could say on social media but decide not to. You can read it by following this link here.

 

‘The Dot on the Horizon Isn’t the Sun’ Published by Visual Verse!

Chuffed to bits to have had a flash fiction published by the wonderful Visual Verse. Their journal provide a photo prompt, and you have to respond to it within an hour with a flasher a poem within 50-500 words.

It’s a great idea, and they publish all of the stories and poems together as one mini anthology online. My flash inspired by the picture, ‘The Dot on the Horizon Isn’t the Sun’ is in Volume Three, Chapter Three, and is available to read following this link here: ‘The Dot on the Horizon Isn’t the Sun’. 

Enjoy!

Interview for Unbroken Journal’s ‘Finding the Magic’ Series Available Now!

I am honoured to have been interviewed recently by R.L.Black, the editor of the incredible Unbroken journal, about my prose poetry and my writing processes. You can read the interview by following the link here:

Prose Poetry|Finding the Magic: An Interview with Santino Prinzi

I love Unbroken journal. Taken from their website: “Unbroken is a bimonthly online journal that seeks to showcase poetic prose, the prose poem, and the haibun, both from established and emerging voices.”

I thoroughly recommend both reading and submitting to this journal, though they aren’t open for submissions until February. However, this gives you plenty of time to check out their previous issues and see for yourself the wonderful prose poems, poetic prose pieces, and haibuns.

Unbroken have been incredibly supportive of my prose poetry. They have currently published four of my prose poems (‘Midnight Sky in Winter’‘Stuck’‘Caught’, and ‘Tessellation’) and will be publishing three more of my poems in their March/April 2016 issue (‘Submerged’‘Tempestuous’, and ‘Sequester’).

I hope you enjoy reading the interview and find it useful.

Happy writing!

Two Stories accepted for Issue 3 of Firefly Magazine!

Two of my flash fictions, ‘She’s Saving it for Me’ and ‘Carnations’ have been accepted for publication in the wonderful Firefly Magazine, an online journal of luminous writing!

Here’s a little but about the two flashes, without spoiling it for you: ‘She’s Saving it for Me’ is about a man and a busker, and ‘Carnations’ is about a husband visiting his wife…

You can check out Firefly Magazine by following this link here.

I’ll post again then the two stories have been published!

‘Just Like Mummy’ to be Published by CHEAP POP!

My flash fiction, ‘Just Like Mummy’, has been accepted by the incredible CHEAP POP, an online journal featuring micro-fiction that sticks with the reader, regardless of genre or subject matter.

I’m really excited that ‘Just Like Mummy’ has found a home because I believe it’s a story that fits what this great publication is about. I won’t give it away, even though you will have to wait until February to read it, but it’s told from the point of view of a little girl who wants nothing more than to grow up to be like her Mummy.

Just you wait…

I’ll post again when CHEAP POP have published ‘Just Like Mummy’, and I’m looking forward to being a part of this brilliant online journal. Meanwhile, you should definitely check our the micro-fiction they publish, read some, and consider even submitting your own writing. Check them out by following this link here.