Pete Armstrong
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Pete lives on the shores of Lake Vänern in central Sweden. He spends his days in blue jeans looking after children, playing a little Bach on the guitar and writing stories. The stories are classical style, occasionally returning to the East Coast of Scotland where he grew up. He has been commended in many competitions, notably LISP, Segora and New Millenium; and he won a competition for Globe Soup. His work has appeared in numerous journals, including Wells Street Journal, Strukturriss and Strands Magazine. He has also published a book of irreverent hiking anecdotes. On days off he hikes through Swedish skog, trying not to bump into moose. Again.
Published and Commended Work
Darkness and Discord short story, autumn 2021
A Whole Moment of Bliss short story, Segora, summer 2021.
Even the Darkest Night will End, short story, Strukturriss, summer 2021.
Another Chronicle of a Death Foretold, short story, Strands, april 2021
Enquiry Desk, flash, Art Ascent, Winter, april 2021
Every Sweep has his Day, short story, New York Midnight, march 2021
Fate's Dice, short story, Strands, january 2021
Shyness, flash, Red Planet Magazine, december 2020
Dynamism of Dogs on a Leash, flash, Art Ascent, Animals, december 2020
Beer and Girls and Eric Bristow, short story, Wells St Journal, autumn 2020
Food Chain, micro, Globe Soup, Survival, october 2020
The Ghost Tour, flash, Strands, september 2020
After the Concert, flash, Art Ascent, Abstract, august 2020
Skog, micro, Globe Soup Micro, A Favourite Place, winner, june 2020
Pizza Parlour, flash, Art Ascent, Sensuality, june 2020
Beware the Strides of March, hiking anecdotes, spring 2020
Water, short story, New Millennium 2020
Richard's T Shirt, flash, Vernal Equinox 2019
Time, short story, New Millennium 2018
My Neighbour, short story, Vernal Equinox 2018

Who am I?

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