Ron Earl Phillips
From the Blog
As a new feature to the blog, I'm going to include a weekly story. Either my own or one that I found interesting during the week. This is an exercise in being more active with my site. "Until Again" was written originally for Flash Fiction Friday, a weekly writing...
“Reminiscent of Tom Franklin”
-Mark Westmoreland, Story & Grit Magazine
Meet the author
Nestled in the foothills of West Virginia, Ron Earl Phillips lives with his wife, a daughter, a German Shepherd, and one too many cats. He is the co-founder and publisher of Shotgun Honey, and editor of the Shotgun Honey Present anthology series. His short fiction can be found online at A Twist of Noir, Story and Grit, and Out of the Gutter, and have been featured in Off the Record, Feeding Kate, and Beat to the Pulp: Hardboiled. His short stories “The Janitor” and “The Bag Man” were optioned for short films by Group Six Films.