I’m making final edits to a short, 5,000-word piece of cozy detective fiction entitled “Murder on the Eighty-Six.” It’s about an MBTA driver/amateur sleuth who investigates a murder that occurs on his bus. I’m planning to submit to “The Best New England Crime Stories 2020,” to debut at the New England Crime Bake.
From the archives: The Penmen Review published my short fiction story, “Prison Blues” in April, 2016.
Sharing this short story that published in 2015 in The Literary Yard entitled, “The House of Bob.”
Seeing this news item reminded me of my short fictional story entitled, “Gravity Hill,” about a gravity anomaly in a small town in Pennsylvania. You can read it in the Penmen Review.
Bagel Bards Anthology #13, published by Ibbetson Street Press, can now be found online at Amazon.com. Among its poems and short stories is my submission, “This Too Shall Pass.” Paperback copies can be purchased by visiting https://www.amazon.com/Bagels-Bards-13-Steve-Glines/dp/035986211X/.
I’ve been selected as one of the 2nd Half 2019 Winners of the London Independent Story Prize with my short story submission, The Sincerest Form of Flattery. Yay!
Today I submitted one of my short stories to the London Independent Story Prize competition. The story is entitled “The Sincerest Form of Flattery.”
“Certainly the game is rigged. Don’t let that stop you; if you don’t bet you can’t win.” — Robert A. Heinlein
Seeing this Facebook post reminded me of a short story I wrote back in May, 2014 entitled “Bird Job.”
The market 365 Tomorrows has accepted and published my flash fiction story Five Bottles today.