A micro-fiction of mine just went live over at Postcard Poems & Prose, a zine specializing in fiction and poetry that can fit on a postcard.
The story I wrote for PP&P is set within a larger mythos I am creating for my current WIP and first novel, “Ma’mun”. You may have heard whispers of it if you’ve been following any of my social media. It couldn’t have been published at a better time, as I’ve finally finished the planning stages of the novel, and am going to begin writing today!
It takes less than ninety seconds to read, so why not have a look, and help the zine by leaving a comment!
Alex Hurst lives in Kyoto, where postcards are still a daily part of life. An earlier life spent in woodlands and then on the road, driving all across America, instilled in her a great love of imagination, which she tries to instill in her narratives. When she isn’t writing, she teaches children English and edits short story anthologies for multiple publishing houses. Somehow, she also finds time for photography, art, and video production. Her most recent edited work is Growing Concerns, an eco-horror anthology published by Chupa Cabra House. You can keep up with the whirling dervish of her life on her blog, Alex Hurst.