Scout Media

Established in 2013, Scout Media is an independent publishing company, record label, and copy-editing service for aspiring authors and musicians/bands.


 Cover art & interior graphics by Amy Hunter

Click on an author's name for more information:

JM Ames - The Californian
Alanah Andrews - Earth II
Adam Bennett - Junk
Eldred Bird - A Family Thing
Shivani Chatterjee - The Wail of a Siren
Lozzi Counsell - The Consequences of Grief
Curtis A. Deeter - Hut, Hut, Bang
William G. Edwards - Little White Poodle
Eddie Hartshon - Goodbye Daddy
Marlon S. Hayes - The Chrome Dream
Jon Heath - Kawatka
Marc Hemingway - Superhero for Sale
Lara Henerson - Rubies
Kari Holloway - Saxy Jazz
Whimsy Gardener - They Come
Laurie Gardiner - There’s No Sunshine in Hell
Susan Gibbons - Takin’ Pictures
Hannah Grieco - Leaving Home
Sarah Kaminski - First Thanksgiving
Pyra Kane - Recollected: Sanguine
Nerisha Kemraj - Text, and Drive
Christine King - Tooth
Sasha Lauren - Acoustics
Kyle Lechner - The Noises That Quiet Makes
R. Roy Lutz - The Abortion
Catherine A. MacKenzie - Ada & Joyce
Jan Maher - Livia’s Daddy Comes Home from the War
Jacob Maichel - The Case
Tom Mohler - Flash
Elizabeth Montague - Albatross
T.C. Morgan - Cimmerian Shade
Brian Paone - Wayward Corona
Jason Pere - Ugly Girl
Michelle Perry - Like He’s Seen a Ghost
K.A. Rieder - Fatal Application
Chris Ruland - The Vile Vermin of Walsh
Jared Sizemore - The Interview
Erin Skolney - Recognition
Mika Spruill - The Queen’s Massacre
Dawn Taylor - For the Want of a Name
William Thatch - Barely a Story
D.W. Vogel - Special Delivery
M.R. Ward - Stoplight
Chase Webster - Parenting for Sex Addicts
Travis West - Buttercream Marjories
Gena White - The Surprise
Rayona Lovely Wilson - Please Don’t Kill Me
Aaron Wulf - The Cook
Carolyn Young - Daisy Chains

From Scout Media comes A Flash of Words—the fifth volume in an ongoing short story anthology series featuring authors from all over the world, but the first in which the stories are exclusively flash-fiction pieces.

In this installation, no limits were set on genre, allowing the authors to lead the reader to destinations unknown; from ghosts on a flight line, to not-so-cuddly poodles, to finding love in the most unexpected of places. Within these moments of retribution and redemption—along with a slightly confused bear—these flash-fiction length stories will warm your heart, send shivers down your spine, and tickle your funny bone. 

Whether to be enlightened, entertained, or momentarily immersed in another world, these selections convey the true spirit of flash fiction.