This week’s short story is Mike Russell’s Flock. I hope you enjoy it! Flock is just one of eight stories … Continue Reading Short Story Saturday: Flock by Mike Russell
I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
Dunce Everyone calls Dunce ‘Dunce’. Everyone thinks that Dunce is an idiot. I used to think so too but not … Continue Reading Short Story Saturday – Dunce by Mike Russell
One lucky entrant will receive a signed copy of Strange Medicine (a collection of surreal short stories) and StrangeBooks’ latest publication, Strungballs (an out of this world, weird novella).
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Mike Russell has released three books: Nothing Is Strange (20 pieces of weird fiction), Strange Medicine (8 surreal short stories) and Strungballs (a fantasy novella).
Our third short story is Mike Russell’s Flock. Flock Anthony Tobias Bradshaw sits, as usual, on the 7:00 a.m. … Continue Reading 5 Days of Short Stories. 3: Flock by Mike Russell
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Flock by Mike Russell Anthony Tobias Bradshaw sits, as usual, on the 7:00 a.m. train, on his way to … Continue Reading Short Story Saturday – Flock by Mike Russell
This week’s Short Story is Mike Russell’s Dunce. I hope you enjoy it. Dunce is from Mike’s first short story anthology Nothing Is Strange. He also has a book of longer short stories called Strange Medicine.
To our American followers:
Flock is taken from Mike’s second short story anthology Strange Medicine. You can read a story from his first anthology Nothing Is Strange over on StrangeBooks.com
A short story by Mike Russell.
Mike Russell is the author of two short story collections; Nothing Is Strange and Strange Medicine. His work is surreal and often humorous, with some stories even being described as erotic, absurd or disturbing. Mike has been performing his stories in the South of England for over a decade, wearing his famous top hat with its seeing eye.