Gary Leeming interviews Chris Ovenden about their November flash-fiction challenge: writing one flash piece a day.
Gary Leeming has been a member of the Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing since 2021 and mainly writes short science fiction stories.
Bernard Ekbery writes fantasy stories set in Roman Manchester. He’s also planning an alternative history novel set in the psychedelic seventies.
Michael Fellowes writes Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction. His work often features characters disempowered by society.
M.O. Pirson joined Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing Group in 2016. He writes novels that are too short and short stories that are too long.
Bryn Fazakerley joined the Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing Group in 2016. His work has been shortlisted for the Novella Award, the James White Award and longlisted for the Mogford Prize.
Chris Ovenden is a flash fiction writer living in North Yorkshire, UK. He has been a member of the Manchester Speculative Fiction group since 2014.
Richard Taylor has been a member of the Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing Group since 2020. His writing projects include Wings of Gold.
Graeme Shimmin has been a member of the Manchester Speculative Fiction Writing Group since 2012 and edited its first two anthologies. His novels have won, or been listed for, multiple prizes including the Terry Pratchett Prize, YouWriteOn Book of the Year and Arthur C. Clarke Award.