Some Nights, Like Tonight
by Conor Houghton
Second Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2016
Some nights, like tonight, I get a stretchy feeling inside. I feel that my feet are odd and... Read More...
Conor Houghton is a computer scientist and neuroscientist, studying mathematical ideas related to how the brain works. He grew up in the west of Ireland but now lives and works in the south west of England. Conor has been short-listed for the Bath Flash Fiction competition, The Short Story Flash 500 competition and has published in scientific journals. He won Second Prize in the Bare Fiction Prize for Flash Fiction 2016.
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