Mythical Minstrelsy and Flash Fiction Fridays will focus on flash fictions centering around folklore, myth, fantasy, and magic that I have written or have been sent to me for publication. Book reviews will also be published. Author, editor, illustrator, publisher, poet, and rpg site owner interviews are planned for in the future. The episodes are intentionally short due to the nature of flash fiction. Reviews tend to go up on Wednesdays, Flashfictions on Fridays, Interviews Sundays.
If you wish YOUR poetry, short fiction, or flash fictions to be included on the podcast, or to be interviewed, please see https://www.thgstardragonpublishingblog.com/p/mythical-minstrelsy-flash-fiction.html for details. Featured work is paid, interviews are not.
I am the author of the "Selkies' Skins" and "Dragon Shaman" series. I also write poetry, illustrate, and do some narration. I also run a small publishing company, THG StarDragon Publishing.
You can find me on my Patreon where I post content first, as it is my central location for sharing all of my projects. Check out the links below for other places to find me and how you can help. Select tracks of "Flash Fiction Fridays" will be on Soundcloud, but that will eventually fill up, thus this will be where all podcast shows can be found. When it it time I will find a place to put back issues.
Title: Flash Fiction Fridays #31: Poetry In His Veins (Dark Fiction)
October 25th, 2019
What goes through a selkie's mind the night she loses her seal skin? What words of advice does a witch have?SupportPatreon: http://www.patreon.com/AmehanaKo-fi: http://www.ko-fi.com/amehanaPaypal: http://paypal.me/thgstardragonFiverr… Go to Episode
October 19th, 2019
Today Teresa Garcia reads H.G. Wells' classic horror short story, "The Flowering of the Strange Orchid" as found in his collection of 30 Strange Short… Go to Episode
September 27th, 2019
Hecate is a nightmare that started out as a role play character. This is one of her adventures set previous to times when other players would have known… Go to Episode
September 27th, 2019
Many old folktales can be considered as flash fiction today with how short they are. Here the tale of the buffalo and the tiger shows how important it… Go to Episode