It’s not quite the Gummi Bears, but it certainly bounces around a lot.
Jozi Flash 2017 combines the talents of ten brilliant authors with one gifted artist, to bring you a collection of 80 flash fiction stories across eight different genres.
From a children’s story about the folly of summoning dragons, to the horrors held in deliciously treacherous ice cream, the authors take you on journeys that weave fantasy and folklore together alongside practical detectives and everyday tragedy.
With stunning artwork prompts by Nico Venter, these South African authors have created an anthology that will leave you breathless.
Dim Mirrors is a collection of 39 flash fiction stories that open windows into secondary worlds of fantasy and nightmare. Interwoven with images from mythology and folklore are the themes of love, loss, and memory. The comical “Not According to Plan” leads to more serious and introspective works like “Blue Ribbons” and “The Destroyer of Worlds”, while mythology and folkloric elements come together in stories like “The Souls of Trees” and “Ariadne’s Freedom”. A number of stories in this collection, including “Life on Canvas”, “Charms of Ash”, and “Shadows”, are set in her own secondary world of Airtha-Eyrassa.
The Jozi Flash flash fiction anthology is now available – and it’s free!
The anthology consists of 29 stories by the following writers:
Candice Maree Burger | Carin Marais | Nthato Morakabi | Sharon Parkinson | Nicolette Stephens
You can download your free copy of the Jozi Flash Anthology by clicking on one of the links below.
‘n Versameling gedigte, kortverhale en rubrieke deur die skrywers van INK: Skryf in Afrikaans. Die temas sluit in liefde, Kersfees en die dinge wat tyd van ons steel. Van die digters/skrywers is nuut op die veld, terwyl ander se werk reeds in verskeie publikasies verskyn.
“SharedMemories in High Definition” – Every Day Fiction
“A Fair Trade” – Every Day Fiction
“The Call from Below” on Reader’s Realm (winner of the October 2012 competition)
“Die rooi lint” in Jou wêreld (Afrikaans)*
“Die liegstorie” in Jou wêreld (Afrikaans)*
Oom Apie se skop in Jou wêreld (Afrikaans)*
* Website no longer active.