20 short stories proving that one picture is worth more than a thousand words!
Creativity and inspiration are human attributes and can come from anywhere or anything.
Therefore as a celebration of the inspiration and creativity that went into the Tell me a Tale Short Story Competition, Fluster Magazine and Armida Publications present this collection of the 20 most inspired, most creative short stories that were submitted by authors who are published and unpublished alike, the world over.
The stories are diverse in scope and theme as they were inspired by an album of photographs that were made available to each author through image hosting website Flickr.
These 20 short stories prove that one picture is worth more than a thousand words!
The Rain • by Hannah-Jamie Duncombe | Guerrillas Marching Down • by Mateo Jarrín Cuvi | The Art Part Begins • by Ira Nayman | Payback • by Richard O’Callaghan | The Biggest Whore in Westbury • by Natasha Lucas | Distance • by Michelle Tudor | Wonderful World • by Antonio Cruz | Madwoman Story • by Erato Ioannou – Moustaka | The Dragon • by Aline Aronsky | Collecting Art • by Rupan Malakin | A Night With Hugh and Keats • by Julie Noble | Under the skysigns • by Gerard Urquhart | The Guardian • by Gareth Barsby | Lilac and Maxi • by Pablo Fuentes | Stone Divide • by Andrea Weiner | Ghosts • by Sam Graham | The First Flower After the Flood • by Issara ‘Simonet’ Edwards | Amongst the Rushes • by Hanne Larsson | Marcy • by Ellie Stewart | The End • by Eve Murray