Wednesday, 25 June 2014

NFFD - what I did at the weekend

Saturday was National Flash Fiction Day (NFFD) and in celebration Bristol Flash put on two rather splendid events.


The first was a Flash Fiction workshop given by Calum Kerr and Pauline Masurel where we learned what flash was and a undertook a number of interesting writing exercises. With a bit of work one of mine will see the light of day at some point.

After the workshop several of us took a long slow wander in the blazing sunshine to the Lansdown pub. Not just so we could enjoy a pint but also to share our flash fiction with a packed room.  There were 12 fantastic readers and also yours truly.

In order of appearance: Calum reading from Eat My Words,






then me – I read White noise/Black silence and Not Alone (as yet unpublished), 



after me were  Mazzy
























Calum — reading his own stories this time. The final reader was 

Kevlin Henney, the organiser of this literary buffet.



It was an eclectic and entertaining bunch of stories and a great night. Would love to do it again next year.

The day also saw the release of the NFFD anthology, Eat My Words

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