Tagged in SHORT FICTION

London Short Fiction: Picking A Pocket Or Two

London Short Fiction: Picking A Pocket Or Two

You'll never believe what the squirrels are up to. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Second Hand Meditation

London Short Fiction: Second Hand Meditation

Nightmares soothed in the Isle of Dogs. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Heath Swimming

London Short Fiction: Heath Swimming

Heartbreak in Hampstead. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Lost Sister

London Short Fiction: Lost Sister

A fairy tale for modern London. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Wishing Duck Of Regent’s Park

London Short Fiction: The Wishing Duck Of Regent’s Park

Be careful what you wish for. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Strangest Suitor

London Short Fiction: The Strangest Suitor

When your date doesn't turn out as you'd expected. | By Londonist
We Want Your Short Stories About London's Green Spaces

We Want Your Short Stories About London's Green Spaces

Get published on Londonist. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Mud Man

London Short Fiction: Mud Man

A modern London fairy tale to leave you a bit moist eyed. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Waterloo Sunrise

London Short Fiction: Waterloo Sunrise

A strange figure emerges from the Waterloo mist. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Last Train

London Short Fiction: The Last Train

Meet your fairy godmother on the tube. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Fingernail Fairy

London Short Fiction: The Fingernail Fairy

A fairy tale for modern London. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Let Down Competition

London Short Fiction: The Let Down Competition

A mango has a fight with a pig. | By Londonist
New Fairytales For London: Competition Winners

New Fairytales For London: Competition Winners

4 modern fables come out of short fiction contest. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Modern Fire Of London

London Short Fiction: The Modern Fire Of London

A dragon causes chaos in the city. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Places To Hide A T-Rex In London

London Short Fiction: Places To Hide A T-Rex In London

About time someone tackled this one. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Makings Of A Killer

London Short Fiction: The Makings Of A Killer

A dark encounter in Southwark. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Lyndon The Greatest Thief In London

London Short Fiction: Lyndon The Greatest Thief In London

By Sam Hogan, age 7. | By Londonist
Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Create a new modern folk tale. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Lion

London Short Fiction: The Lion

By Robert Chell, age 12. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Graphic Novels

London Short Fiction: Graphic Novels

A Booker Prize winner with writer's block. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Guardian Of Travellers

London Short Fiction: The Guardian Of Travellers

Advice from a bus station sage. | By Londonist
Send Us London Stories For Children And By Children

Send Us London Stories For Children And By Children

The best will win a prize. | By James Drury
London Short Fiction: Mark

London Short Fiction: Mark

Struggling actor to action hero. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Keep The Change

London Short Fiction: Keep The Change

A sneaky taxi ride through London. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Sirens Of The Tideway

London Short Fiction: Sirens Of The Tideway

Emily Williams recounts a ghostly chase. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Race

London Short Fiction: The Race

Race, race against the dying of the light. | By Londonist
Send Us Your Stories About London At Night

Send Us Your Stories About London At Night

If we like them, we'll publish them. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Asparagus And Syrian Gold

London Short Fiction: Asparagus And Syrian Gold

Getting daring on a date. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Station Clock

London Short Fiction: The Station Clock

A slow walk to Euston. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Soho Nocturnes

London Short Fiction: The Soho Nocturnes

A lost soul paces the streets. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Vegan Pigeon Eater

London Short Fiction: Vegan Pigeon Eater

A south London cafe gets an unwelcome visitor. | By Londonist
Wanted: Short Stories About London At Night

Wanted: Short Stories About London At Night

Get your work read by loads of Londoners. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: RTA

London Short Fiction: RTA

There's been an accident. But who's the victim? | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Direction

London Short Fiction: Direction

A time-shifting pub crawl. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: One Summer In London

London Short Fiction: One Summer In London

A very personal theft. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Stepping Stones

London Short Fiction: Stepping Stones

A night-time dance in the city. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Easy Pickings

London Short Fiction: Easy Pickings

Who's watching whom on the bustling Southbank? | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Sender Of Second Chances

London Short Fiction: The Sender Of Second Chances

Watching out for lonely hearts. | By Londonist
Short Stories About London Wanted

Short Stories About London Wanted

Your theme = summertime. | By M@
London Short Fiction: An Afternoon Some Time Ago

London Short Fiction: An Afternoon Some Time Ago

A nostalgic ride on the London Eye. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Patient Banker

London Short Fiction: The Patient Banker

A visitor calls in at a houseboat. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Further Adventures Of Kay Richardson, Actor

London Short Fiction: The Further Adventures Of Kay Richardson, Actor

A washed-up actor tussles with mannequins. | By Londonist
Wanted: Short Stories About Summertime In London

Wanted: Short Stories About Summertime In London

Your chance to be published on Londonist. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Busker Ascends

London Short Fiction: The Busker Ascends

Plague stalks the West End. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Conqueror

London Short Fiction: The Conqueror

Here's what happens if you nick London Stone. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Tastes Like Chicken

London Short Fiction: Tastes Like Chicken

Just how secure is the Tower of London? | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: They Walked

London Short Fiction: They Walked

What if the buildings decided to get up and leave? | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: London Falls

London Short Fiction: London Falls

In the future, we can all be Godzilla. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Blackout On Fen Street

London Short Fiction: Blackout On Fen Street

First in our mini-series of London razed. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: NO! SUSHI

London Short Fiction: NO! SUSHI

Tacky maki. | By M@
Wanted: Short Stories About London's Destruction

Wanted: Short Stories About London's Destruction

Write the ultimate Capital punishment. | By M@
London Short Fiction: Natural Disasters

London Short Fiction: Natural Disasters

A man obsessed with the dates of natural disasters. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Further Adventures Of Kay Richardson, Actor

London Short Fiction: The Further Adventures Of Kay Richardson, Actor

A washed-up thesp in Blackheath. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Saint Peter's Gate, Knightsbridge

London Short Fiction: Saint Peter's Gate, Knightsbridge

A nocturnal encounter. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Writer And The Dancer

London Short Fiction: The Writer And The Dancer

Two strangers collide in words and dance. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Swipe Right

London Short Fiction: Swipe Right

Does Tinder have the answers? | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Sexy, Sensual, Saucy Stories Wanted

London Short Fiction: Sexy, Sensual, Saucy Stories Wanted

Write a love story under 1,000 words. | By M@
London Short Fiction: Instant Karma On The 263 To North Finchley

London Short Fiction: Instant Karma On The 263 To North Finchley

One empty seat. Next to you. Drunk gets on. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: Clean Living London

London Short Fiction: Clean Living London

What the cleaner saw. | By Londonist
London Short Fiction: The Do

London Short Fiction: The Do

Canapes, champagne and chandeliers versus Spurs. | By Londonist