Between one thing and another, (Covid and industrial action to be specific) I didn’t manage to attend any Flash Fiction Armagh events in 2022 at all. When my wonderful co-host, co-organiser, co-founded of FFA and friend Réamonn got a wonderful
After a rocky year at Flash Fiction Armagh, we are pleased to announce that the next event will take place in the Armagh County Museum on 21st January 2023 at 7pm. Tickets are £7 each which includes a glass of
Such wonderful stories made it tough to pick only ten for the event, but we managed it, and I know you’ll love the selection. It is always a privilege to read the submissions, and humbling too.
We are delighted to present the following writers at Flash Fiction at Long Meadow Cider Company on 8th September 2022 at 7 pm.
It’s that time of year again – Apple blossoms in Armagh and that means submissions are open for the Flash Fiction Armagh event at the Armagh Food and Cider Festival in September! This year it’s Flash Fiction at Long Meadow
In keeping with the theme of Flash Fiction Saturday Night at the Museum, I’ve included a photo of a very random ‘Street Stranger’. I met this rooster walking down the street during the week. What made it more bizarre is
Perhaps it’s an age thing, but there seems to be more people missing around the Christmas table than ever. It could be because of the pandemic’s travel restrictions, bereavement, infertility, addiction, or mental health issues, to name a few reasons,
We’re excited to announce the next Flash Fiction Saturday Night in the Museum in the Armagh County Museum in conjunction with an exhibition entitled ‘Street Strangers’ by the fabulous local photographer, Alistair Prentice due to be on display from the
I wanted to run and hide when Roisin Hillman asked me to speak to the BBC health correspondent, Marie-Louise Connelly, about having trouble filling my prescription for HRT. Who wants to talk about their menopause on the Evening News? Roisin
We are thrilled to be involved in the award-winning Armagh Food and Cider Festival again this year. We are very grateful to the Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council for their continued support and for all the hard work they
It started with a blackbird bathing in the most neglected part of my garden. During the house renovations a few years back, this area was where the workmen dumped rubble. I had promised myself a greenhouse or ‘something wonderful’ like