On March 1st, Kazka Press published my 713 word flash piece, entitled “Into Poseidon’s Arms” in their March issue. In case you haven’t discovered Kazka yet – they’re a pretty sweet (mostly) online publisher. Whether you’re a writer or a reader, there’s a lot to be found on Kazka’s website.
My own story was written based off one of their monthly prompts, the challenge being to write a story with exactly 713 words. “Into Poseidon’s Arms” can be found here – along with a beautiful piece of art designed by Ted Wilson. If you enjoy reading my story – or any story on Kazka – there are nifty little ‘share’ buttons which will allow you to share the link via Facebook, Twitter, email and more.
The stories Kazka publishes really speak to me – they’re beautiful, full of flowing language and ideas I would almost never think of. If you’re a reader, be sure to check them out as all of their online stories are free to read.
For those who write, you’ll be happy to know that Kazka has recently opened up their submissions to works of greater length – that is short stories instead of only their prompt-based flash pieces.
~Alexis A. Hunter