May was awesome.
And here’s why.
It was our first time experiencing short story month, which was a great way to promote our stuff. And, thanks to folks like Thomas Michael Duncan and many others, we discovered a bunch of great short stories as well.
Speaking of the site—and another first for us—we published four short stories in May: Little Birds by the sensational Sarah Flynn, A Few Loose Ends by the magnificent M.W. Fowler, Soul Gazing by the priceless Pete Grapentien, and Swarm Theory by the brilliant Braydon Beaulieu. If you them read, a million thanks. If not, you can grab your free downloads here.
And at the beginning of the month, we also announced our next compilation: Little (flash) Fiction. So far, we’ve been receiving way more submissions than we anticipated, and there’s still a month to go.
Lastly—certainly not least—May saw another first for us: we handed the reigns over to two-time Little Fiction author Will Johnson for an interview with Jay Hosking, writer of another Little Fiction title, Analogue.
Hence, the awesomeness of May.
Stay tuned for our next stories, coming to the site June 6: Extensions by Carissa Halston, and To Those Who Cut Us Down by Emily Walker. You can check out the cover art for both of those titles here. And we’ll have another interview by Will, this time with Calm, Ghosts author Meredith Hambrock.