1 sip Hot blend of black and a spot of white. A stroke to the tongue, a hump to the throat, a pause to time. Perfect. A crack zigzags ceiling-to-floor. An insulting cut to the book-page-white wall.
One of These Days – Originally published on Reflex Fiction’s Summer 2021 flash competition
I can go the highest on this swing, the one behind the silver birch, out of sight.
You And I – Published on NFFD’s FlashFlood
You would love this, I know. The buzz of the lorries vibrates the thin window above the sofa bed. Noise to me, lullaby to you.
Geyserville, CA, 2019 — Longlisted in the Spring 2021 Reflex flash fiction competition
It’s never dark anymore. The sky moans in rust. The air scratches. And I’m still awake in bed when Mom opens the door of my room, ‘We’re leaving.’
What Your Shadow Does When You Don’t Look – originally published on Reflex Fiction
"There’s a dark-light-dark-light-dark-light flashing to your left...." Originally published on Reflex Fiction, where it's just missed the longlist in the Spring 2021 Reflex flash fiction competition.
Colour Vision – flash fiction for 2020 National Flash Fiction Day
A flash fiction story that was originally published at National Flash Fiction Day.
English Summer Course – short story
Lotti, a high school girl from Budapest, is on a quest for sounding as confident as a native English speaker.
The Elevator – flash fiction
"He holds a guitar case. An unusual sight among the briefcases and laptop bags ruling London’s business district."
How Progressives Can Win the Immigration Debate: Lessons from Hungary
Trump, Brexit, Hungary. The thing in common? The anti-migrant agenda. Read my guest article on how progressives can tackle worldwide hate campaigns against immigration on Political Critique.
The Making of Paperman – 3+1 Lessons from Finishing a Short Story
I’m not a celebrated famous author (yet). But I still would like to share some of the lessons I learnt from finishing a short story, because I would like to learn from your examples too.