Only The Good Burn Brightly – by Dan Weatherer
A previous runner-up in Massacre’s flash fiction contest, Dan made it to the top of the pile this time. He receives an Amazon voucher for his winning entry and his story will be published in Massacre.
But that’s not all…
Due to the number of high quality submissions we also have a runner-up
We Were Wolves by Rose Blackthorn
will also feature in Issue 4 of Massacre
You will be able to read Only the Good Burn Brightly and We Were Wolves in Issue 4 of Massacre in September.
Many thanks to all those who entered!
Click on Flash Fiction to see our previous winners. Perhaps YOU should have a go, too…
…Black is the Brightest Colour – by Anthony Cowin.
Once again we were (virtually) buried alive by submissions – many thanks to all those who entered!
Anthony receives an Amazon voucher for his winning entry and you will be able to read Black is the Brightest Colour in Issue 3 of Massacre Magazine in June.
Click on Flash Fiction to see our previous winners. Perhaps YOU should have a go, too…you’ll be able to get a sneak peek at the inspiration for Massacre’s Autumn Fearsome Flashers’ contest in Issue 3 – coming soon!
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The spring edition of Massacre Magazine has been let loose on Amazon for Kindle. Stuffed with tales of the dark and dreadful from thirteen international authors, we think there is something to rattle everyone’s nerves.
We also meet horror writer Gary McMahon, author of The Bones of You and The Concrete Grove.
To find out more about our Issue Two contributors, please click HERE
If you have always wanted to try your hand at writing horror or dark fiction, check out the inspiration for the summer flash fiction contest.
The Kindle edition of Issue One is available FREE from 1st to 3rd March 2014. Go and grab a copy!
From the spring issue of Massacre Magazine spew thirteen dark and disturbing works of fiction.
Emerging from the shadows come two new Fearsome Flashers: Amdi Silvestri’s winning entry, Imprint, gives a possible glimpse of the future, and Dan Weatherer will forever change the way you look at your shadow with One and Free.
Our resurrection theme has raised The Gorgon’s Kiss from Stephanie Ellis and My Search For Perfection from Paul Holbrook. Anthony Crowley treats us to a new take on a classic theme with his poem Constructing Death.
In this issue’s author interview, Steve Emmett talks to Gary McMahon – author of The Concrete Grove trilogy, The Bones of You and many other novels and short stories.
To read these and eight other dark delights look out for Massacre Magazine, Issue 2, March 1st!
His entry Burning Questions is the winner of our first flash fiction contest and Matt receives the prize of an Amazon voucher. You will be able to read Matt’s winning story in the first edition of Massacre Magazine, due December 2013. We will also post the story on the website shortly after.
Some of the submissions were so good we decided we’d have to also choose a runner up, and we are pleased to announce Jake Sheridan takes that second place. His story will also appear in Massacre Magazine.
If you didn’t win, don’t worry. Some were very close indeed, so keep joining in and one day it could be you.
Thank you to all those who entered.
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