Award winning author Andrew Blackman delivers a beautiful short story about life and loneliness, inspired by the shipping forecast
A.S.J.Ellis’ latest piece of flash fiction on SolQu Shorts…
Retired cop, Gary Clifton, brings SolQu Shorts his first Crime short, inspired by his own life and years on the beat…
The latest installment from the pen of A.S.J.Ellis about the dark side of humanity
A hauntingly Gothic tale from the pen of Stu Noss. Introducing his new characters Bob the Carpenter and Mongrel Jack
Michael Cunningham’s modern fable continues with Part II of Buddhapillar’s awakening
Another great piece of African Flash Fiction from the pen of Tracy Nnanwubar
A captivating story about being comfortable in your own skin
Powerful flash fiction from the pen of A.S.J.Ellis
Accidental Crime by Sam Lenton.
On the fourth day, Jarrod met Janine.
Janine: it was perfect – reassuringly working class with a tinge of Australian – with the oral comfort of a familiar opening letter sound. Jarrod and Janine. There was an almost song-like quality to the pairing. Poetic perfection.
Tracy Nnanwubar’s powerful short story about love, break ups and the lengths a woman will go to just to please her man…
Solqu Shorts are proud to preview another top fantasy story from the pen of D.B.Coles and a brand new character; Vanity Doom, pirate and adventurer
RED… ROADS AND LAGOS by Tracy Nnanwubar Have you ever tried to paint your nails in a moving vehicle in Lagos? I’m sure you know how frustrating it can get Continue reading
Buddhapillar (Part 1) by Michael Cunningham A new morning awoke and the forest birds chirped and sang in the canopies, while the sun poked its head out from the brown Continue reading
WHEN IT GETS SOUR by Tracy Nnanwubar An award winning African writer She moved towards his wooden closet and noticed it looked different. She dropped her hand-over bag on his Continue reading
Feature Illustration by Edwin Georgi Ebony Eyes by Neal James Her name was Carly, Carly Richardson, and Ricky had never seen anyone so beautiful in his, as yet, short life. Continue reading
Cake or Pie or Timmy by Stephen Schwegler Kielbasa woke up, jumped off the couch, stretched, used the litter box and fell back to sleep halfway between the bathroom and Continue reading
The Zuse Room (part 1) by S.R.Noss The daylight was beginning to fade. Shadows, thrown by weak light filtering through grime encrusted windows, grew longer as the sun fell. He Continue reading
A Victorian story in the style of a Charles Dickens that blew our readers away back in 2011
Never, Ever Bring This Up Again by S.L.Pierce I always knew someday I would kill somebody. I knew it like I knew I wouldn’t like peas or broccoli before I Continue reading