Prowlings is a journal of microfiction & poetry - works of less than one hundred words, works which, as Blake would say, hold the world in a grain of sand and eternity in an hour.
What makes Prowlings different from other blogs of microfiction out there - some of them producing and curating beautiful work - is that it is not a blog, but a physical journal designed to be read on paper, because we adore the printed word. Each issue is the size of an A4 page, and can be downloaded, printed off, folded, and enjoyed.
#5 May 2016
Our fifth issue is special, containing one microplay of 500 words. 'The Dreaming Strip' is an uneasy, beautiful, and tightly woven exploration of family, death, and the strangeness of the stars.
Contributor: Louis KleeDownload for printing Read online
#4 February 2015
There is a stirring in the air. Sunlight shifts across the ground. Soon, and again soon, and later, nothing will be as it was. This issue explores the many manifestations of impermanence.
Contributors: Luna Brown, Grace Flanagan, Tasnim Hossain, Yolande Norris, Mark WhittakerDownload for printing Read online
#3 May 2014
It's autumn, hiding in the gutters, holding you in the evenings, clammy hands, a chill in your bones. This issue is guaranteed to warm you up, wash your worries away.Download
#2 April 2013
This issue promises you streets and body parts. Really. It says so in the editors' letter.Download
#1 March 2013
In our first ever issue, read tiny tales about laundromats, Captain Hook, the moon, and more.Download