A Small Fiction

James & Jefferson Miller

A Small Fiction is an illustrated collection of 150 tiny stories, each told in 140 characters or less.

190% funded

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Island Life Sentence

Carrie Jo Howe

Peg, a Mid-western fish out-of-water in Key West, must grow a pair... of legs to confront hoodoo, haints and a hurricane in order to save her dog and herself in this farcical story of perseverance.

118% funded

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The Iron Bird

Robert Woodshaw

A novel that takes the premise of ANIMAL FARM and applies it to the life of Margaret Thatcher.

113% funded

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Comeback

Chris Limb

The equally absurd worlds of modern celebrity and ancient mythology collide when pop singer Genie searches for her dead lover in the afterlife

89% funded

A Small Dark Quiet

Miranda Gold

Is it possible to replace a life?

100% funded

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The Third Wheel

Michael J. Ritchie

Dexter has a complex over the fact that all his friends are getting married and moving in with their partners – but when aliens invade, it puts a lot of things into perspective.

102% funded

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DISCO SOUR

Giuseppe Porcaro

The existential odyssey of a heartsick politician to save a war-torn, post-austerity Europe from algorithmic autocracy

108% funded

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Valkyrie

William J. Meyer

A Valkyrie appears before four separate warriors in the hour of their death, seeking to recruit each for her own secret purpose.

24% funded

The Boy Who Stole Time

Mark Bowsher

A young boy travels to a magical realm and is set three impossible tasks to win the essence of time itself in order to save his dying mother

119% funded

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The Passing Tribute

Simon Marshall

A plot to assassinate the last Habsburg Emperor reveals the competing visions for Austria at the end of WW1

103% funded

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The Madonna of Bolton

Matt Cain

An everyday story of love, life and Causing a Commotion

112% funded

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2089

Miles Hudson

A revolutionary on the run from a brain-bugging surveillance society. How would we come to live if there could be no secrets: utopia or dystopia?

106% funded

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New Times

Matt Jordan

Politics and culture, naïvete and cynicism among ’80s radicals, ’90s Blairites and beyond, from Manchester to London to the verges of Putin's Russia

101% funded

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The Disappeared

Amy Lord

A story about a family torn apart by obsession and the need to rebel against a violent regime, set in a broken, dystopian Britain

101% funded

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Innocents To The Slaughter

Helen Maskew

1838, a year after the Seddon union affair, Hudson and Lawes are on the case of illegal child labour and, even worse, baby-farming, among the mills and moorland of Bingley, Yorkshire.

100% funded

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Night Time Cool

Jamie Paradise

Detective Frederick Street loves his son Elvis: Elvis detests his dad: each wants to shake the other down over a bent cocaine deal involving porn impresario, Wade Long, and Shoreditch spiv, James Maroon.

105% funded

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The Rooms We Never Enter

PJ Whiteley

If one of the wealthiest people in Britain falls for one of the poorest, will the money be a salvation or an unsurmountable obstacle?

101% funded

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In Exile

Alexandra Turney

A melancholy Dionysus is re-born in 20th century Rome and creates a new cult – three teenage girls who will do anything to prove their devotion.

101% funded

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The Other Things

Jonathan Dransfield

An extraordinary story of how six children became the first astronauts to go to Mars.

118% funded

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Sanzaru Killer

Kevin Bragg

Daniel Helmqvist is back, but this time he's a suspect...

42% funded

East of England

Eamonn Griffin

Sharp and atmospheric; a rural take on the noir thriller. A vivid new voice.

105% funded

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Unscripted

Claire Handscombe

No-one is a bigger fan of actor Thomas Cassidy than Libby. No-one. That's why she's totally going to marry him

103% funded

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The Life of Death

Lucy Booth

A dark compelling tale in which Death makes a pact with the Devil.

116% funded

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An Other's Look

James Ellis

Sometimes, for one’s own sanity, it’s best to rip up an entire life and start again. The question is: whose life? And who does the ripping?

101% funded

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The End of Magic

Mark Stay

A sweeping fantasy of magic's ending; a new name to set alongside Jen Williams and Den Patrick.

113% funded

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The Pleasure of Sinking

Mic Wright

An actress in her fifties, a painter in his thirties, their relationship, her alcoholism and their families. Is there pleasure in sinking?

58% funded

Black Box

Kevan Manwaring

Paradigms collide in this gripping journey beyond the limits of cosmos and consciousness.

40% funded

Horse Destroys the Universe

Cyriak Harris

"I think our horse might be eating the internet"

128% funded

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