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Steven Moss lives in Manchester, UK. His work is published in the NFFD Anthology 2017, Sleep Is A Beautiful Colour and Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine. He was a recommended writer in the London Independent Short Story Prize 2018 and also appears online at places such as Jelly Fish Review, Bending Genres and The Sunlight Press.

  • (It’s Christmas)

    Happy Christmas and all that, such a pleasant time of the year and naturally, a time to reflect a little. With that in mind, looking back over 2017, three stories stand out for me. First, is the quite incredible ‘Collective… Read More ›

  • Death Pool

    Thanks to The Sunlight Press for publishing my story Death Pool this week. If you haven’t had a look at Sunlight’s site, you really should. Get on over there.

  • Sunlight Press

    Delighted to say I’ve just had a 1000 word creative non-fiction piece called ‘Death Pool’ accepted by The Sunlight Press, a digital literary journal providing a home to new and established voices. They welcome creative nonfiction, fiction, poetry, reviews, photography, and… Read More ›

  • New writing

    Quite a quiet month in June, for various reasons. Sad to say, I missed out on (what looked like) a superb inaugural Flash Fiction Festival in Bath on 24th and 25th June. Workshop and talks were given by writers such… Read More ›

  • NFFD Anthology 2017

    Delighted to find I’ve had a piece called Gabriel accepted for the upcoming National Flash Fiction Day Anthology 2017. The anthology, edited by Santino Prinzi and Meg Pokrass, is scheduled for release on the 24th June 2017, entitled Sleep Is A Beautiful… Read More ›