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James Baxenfield_by Mana KaasikAuthor: James Baxenfield

Country of residence: Estonia

Nationality: British

Mother tongue: English

James Baxenfield was born in England but has lived in Eastern and Central Europe for most of his adult life.  He currently resides in Estonia where he lectures part-time at the University of Tartu on topics related to nineteenth century English literature, particularly the works of Rudyard Kipling.  As a point of note, Baxenfield does not consider himself to be a hipster and, whilst he should, he rarely wears glasses.



  • Rendezvous

    December 4, 2016 • Flash Fiction
    Rendezvous

    Flash fiction by James Baxenfield


    ‘Is that someone’s phone?’ she said.
    He was the first of the three men at the table to react... Read on...

  • Beneath the Flag

    January 28, 2015 • Flash Fiction
    Beneath the Flag

    Flash Fiction by James Baxenfield

    Her boyfriend was out of town and she knew exactly what his classmate was thinking when he offered to walk her home... Read on...

  • How I Became a ‘Hipster’

    Flash fiction by James Baxenfield

    I was once told that if you wanted to impress a girl on a date – but had no idea where to take her – ask her to help you make an important purchase... Read on...