Helen McClory is a writer and reader born and educated in Scotland. Both her fiction and non-fiction explore the immigrant experience, psychogeography and the interior lives of strange women and girls. She is one of the Creative Futures Scotland artists-in-residence at the Banff Centre, Canada this November. And otherwise is a staff writer at The Female Gaze, a reviewer at PANK and blogs at schietree.wordpress.com.
One of Helen’s Flashes:
A Flash She Loves:
“Horse Street” by Casey Hannan
I’m open to all kinds of flash, I mean, on any theme at all. I’d like to read pieces from a diversity of voices. The only deal-breaker for me is laziness – in style or content. Interpret that as you will.