A kite dangles high in a tree branch. It twists and turns and flaps about
in the offshore breeze like a fish trying to wrestle itself from a hook.
Please have a read of my sweet little coming-of-age love story set in one my favourite places on earth Moturoa Rabbit Island. Click here to read. Thanks to Mary & Rory for your work putting this issue together and finding a home for this piece.
I’m totally stoked to announce my very short story The Woodpecker has been longlisted in National Flash Fiction Day’s Micro Madness competition. Considering they received a record number of entries this year, this is certainly something to celebrate.
From June 1, they will release a shortlisted story every day building up to the winning story to be published on June 22 (Aotearoa’s shortest day of the year!).
I found this scrappy piece of paper in the hedge outside Chanel College (local Catholic High School) in Masterton and I thought it was a great, although vague, answer to the question posed. A shame about the use of Comic Sans.