My writing can be found in magazines, online, and has even been performed in pubs. Listed below are some of the other places that you can find my work.

Grace

Grace will be published in a new anthology A Furious Hope early in 2017.

Pumpkin

Published in Twisted Tales from Raging Aardvark: stories with twists in their tales.
Available later in 2016.

Counting the Plates

Counting the Plates was published online in Flash Fiction Magazine.

Read it in Flash Fiction Magazine for free.

(October 2016)

A Box of Stars Beneath the Bed

Box of Stars cover - Jon version

The title story in the 2016 National Flash Fiction Day Anthology.
Available in paperback or Kindle versions.
(June 2016)

The Shoebox

Performed by the Liars’ League NYC in New York.
Listen to the performance and read the story on the Liars’ League NYC website.
(April 2016)

A Day to Forget

Longlisted for the Carried in Waves competition, A Day to Forget was broadcast on UCC 98.3FM.
You can listen to the story on Soundcloud and read it on Recycled Words.
(April 2016)

Dredged

Devolution Z, Jon Stubbington, Dredged, January 2016A New Year-themed horror story for Devolution Z magazine.
The magazine is available to buy in ebook and print versions.
(January 2016)

A Very Important Meeting

Performed by the Liar’s League in London as part of their Curiouser and Curiouser event, celebrating 150 years of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
You can watch the performance and read the whole story, all for free.
(November 2015)

 

The small print – a selection of short, short stories and micro-fictions

The Rest is Up to You

Part of the National Flash Fiction Day “Flash Flood”.
Read it (and all the flash flood entries) on the Flash Flood Journal.
(June 2016)

The Cartographers

Longlisted for the National Flash Fiction Day micro-fiction competition.
Read it on Recycled Words.
(May 2016)

The Awakening

79 Word Story Challenge: 79 words, just for fun.
Read it and more on The Story Reading Ape’s Blog.
(October 2015)

Remorse

A short, short story – it’s online and free to read on The Rumpus.
Find it here.
(December 2014)