Crossed Fingers: The Lascaux 250

I’ve entered an extra-short flash fiction contest run by The Lascaux Review, and for the next few days before the judgement, you can read my entry on their site. I wrote it especially for the contest as soon as I heard about it, so regardless of how I do I produced something new, and doing so gave me a little boost in the middle of a long writing slog.

 

The story is a response to a beautiful piece, “East Bergholt Interior, Suffolk,” by William Savage. I went for a short about a vampish monster inspired by a silent German Expressionist Film (you can probably guess which film  – a clue: it’s the most well known horror from the era).

 

Here’s the story.  There are plenty more entries for your perusal here.  I’ll let you know if anything happens with it (or not) as soon as I know.

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One response to “Crossed Fingers: The Lascaux 250

  1. plethiproject

    Good luck! Like handbags and shoes you can never have enough vampish monsters…

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