Tom Mason is the chap behind 330 Words, the award-winning short fiction site famed for its brevity, talented submissions and blurry mobile photographs. When he’s not misusing the English language in his own stories, he’s usually dicking around on Twitter; this resulted in the creation of the soc-med-rom-com November in Manchester during 2009. Away from fiction, Tom has a beard, likes semi-colons and is very sensitive about his receding hairline. You can torment him about it on Twitter @totmac.
Sarah-Clare Conlon is an award-winning writer and editor. She proofreads for a number of acclaimed authors and national organisations, is a reviewer for a prose critique company and works in marketing at a university. She has a Salt Prize for flash fiction and a Manchester Blog Award. She also performs as one half of Les Malheureux with “grandmaster of flash fiction” David Gaffney. You can stalk her on Twitter via @wordsnfixtures.
The youngest member of the Flashtag gang, David scurries around the ankels of his elders slapping at their shinbones and shouting ‘The jellyman will get you!’ and ‘Where’s ma sweets?’. In between games of Catch the Rabbit and Skittlewink, he finds the time to write dark and devious little amusements, many of which have found their way into various pamphlets and interwebsites. In 2013 he published ‘Threshold’ with Gumbo Press, his debut collection of tickly and surprising flash fictions, which you can buy, right now, on the Kindle for less than half a ha’penny two bit bob. Before bedtime at the orphanage, he sometimes updates his blog davidhartleywriter.blogspot.com. You can also find him pickpocketing the people of twitter on @DHartleyWriter.
Benjamin Judge is just some dumb biffer who writes stories. He was given a magic pen by a mermaid that makes all his stories extra brilliant. He is writing a novel about how large companies unintentionally dehumanise their workforce. He likes Kinder Hippos.