3 tiny stories published by Scarecrow

Posted in wrought by juliobesq on March 9, 2010

Scarecrow is a litzine occasionally published by Lee Rouke. He’s a busy man, also being editor at 3AM, literary reviewer at The Guardian, author of two books ‘Everyday’ and ‘The Canal’, blogger, with his stories appearing on several other sites.

The infrequent arrival of new writing is hardly surprising then, but what he does post is always superb, my favourites are there: Tom McCarthy, Chris McKillen, Will Ashon, along with great work from Stuart Evers and neo-noir writer Tony O’Neill.

So I am rather humbled and taken aback that three of my tiny fictions have just been published there. Thank you Mr Scarecrow.

Daisy Chains

Called off play

Snow comes early

Note to self: when an editor requests a photograph, think carefully about which one you send, and don’t expect them to resize or use Photoshop.

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