Tag: Adam Lock

Dinosaur by Adam Lock

Adam Lock is someone that has been going about his craft in a subtle, under-the-radar kind of way, building an impressive list of publications where his work has feature either in the short story form or flash fiction – both online and in print. We’ve been watching Adam Lock’s development as a writer like proud

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STORGY Flash Fiction Competition 2019

Flash Fiction Competition 2019 We are pleased to announce the arrival of our second Flash Fiction Competition which is due to open for entries on 8th July 2019. We would like to encourage all authors with a passion for flash to enter (even those on low or no income – see details below – we

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BEST BOOKS: Ross Jeffery’s Best Books Read in 2018

Our head of books has been rather busy this year and has had a remarkable turnover of reviews. Reading everything that has come his way, from the big publishers to many a independent press and so we feel he’s the guy to talk to you about his best books of 2018 – or the year

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SHALLOW CREEK Short Story Competition: LONGLIST

We are pleased to announce the long list of the SHALLOW CREEK Short Story competition In Alphabetical order, the long-listed finalists are: * Nick Adams – Tide – Erik Bergstrom – The Soil of Stonier Hearts –  Simon Billinton – Blood Moon Bob – Daniel Carpenter – Arrowhead – Marion Coleman – Anchor – J. Stuart

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STORGY FLASH FICTION COMPETITION…WINNER…

KNIGHT FORK by Adam Lock * ‘I’m selling my virginity,’ his daughter said, her fists clenching either side of her untouched bowl of salad. Raymond’s spoon, on its way from gazpacho to mouth, froze. ‘Before you say anything, let me explain.’ She scanned the restaurant, before leaning forward in her chair. ‘I’ve tried to tell

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FICTION: The Silent Vanishing of a Star by Adam Lock

Newton thought the effects of gravity were instant, no matter the incredible distances involved. Einstein thought differently; he described gravity as waves, in the same way light moves in waves. The Sun’s light takes 8 minutes, 20 seconds to reach Earth, the same amount of time it takes the effects of its gravity to reach

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FICTION: In The Beginning I by Adam Lock

It happened on the same day I masturbated for the first time. And I remember thinking how everything that happened that day was in some way connected to it, was my doing because of it. Sometimes, I see it all rewinding, playing backwards. Like now, sitting here in the hospital, I see the arrow of

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