My short story 'Love-You-Lots' was published by Litro US as part of their #FridayFlash series on Friday 19th February 2021. Litro is a literary and creative arts platform that champions emerging writers from around the world, in print and online. You can read the story by clicking here.
My short story 'The Brothers Rose' was published by Every Day Fiction on July 14 2015. You can read it at http://www.everydayfiction.com/the-brothers-rose-by-michael-burrows/ Some of the comments the story received were: 'I don't know where I went, but I like how I got there.'- Dustin Adams 'This is fascinating, striking and very unusual.'- Derek McMillan 'I find… Continue reading The Brothers Rose
My short story 'Apocalypse' was published in the first edition of The Marble Hand Literary Magazine on 1st May 2020. You can read it, and the other poems and short pieces that make up the issue, online at https://themarblehand.weebly.com/first-edition.html Written in 2018, 'Apocalypse' was one of the Highly Commended entries in the Manchester Fiction Prize… Continue reading Apocalypse
You can read my short story "Hardboiled" inside Issue 4 of Control Literary Magazine. Available at the following link https://issuu.com/controllit/docs/controllitissue4
My short story Timetravel for Dummies was published in Aurealis #52, the Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy Literary Magazine. To purchase a copy, head to https://aurealis.com.au/store/aurealis-52/
My short story 26 was published in Voiceworks, Issue 83: Technicolour. To purchase a copy of Voiceworks, head to http://www.voiceworksmag.com.au/marketing/voiceworks-83-technicolour/
My short story Poetic Justice was published in Volume One, Issue One of Trove, the creative writing magazine from the University of Western Australia in Perth, Australia. Poetic Justice would go on to win the Editors Choice award for best piece in the inaugural issue of Trove magazine. In April 2011, Poetic Justice was also nominated… Continue reading Poetic Justice
My short story, whose title I like to shorten to Kate, was entered into and won the Brian Dibble Super Short Story Competition for the best super short story of 50 words or less, including title. It was published in dotdotdash Magazine. The winning entry is reprinted below: How She Lost Her Passion for Russian… Continue reading Kate