On 14 December, I was interviewed on BBC Radio Cornwall about writing short stories. You can listen to the interview 33 minutes into Tiffany Truscott’s show here.
New reviews of The Lost of Syros and Over The Dam, by Dunedin poet and writer Sue Wootton, will be published in takahe 86.
You can read the review of The Lost of Syros here and Over The Dam review here.
Over the Dam is available to buy here and from Amazon
A Bird So Rare has been published in Takahe 84.
There will be a live performance of my story, The Pledge, during a celebration of the Society of Authors’ Tom-Gallon Award at the Darlington Arts Festival on 16 May 2015 . There is further information about the celebration in the Events tab.
My story, ‘A Bird So Rare’ will be published in a forthcoming issue of New Zealand literary journal takahe.
The second 1nspire workshop, focusing on setting and the importance of place, is running on 21 February 2015 between 10.30 and 2.30pm. More details on the workshops and events page.
A celebration of the Society of Authors’ Tom-Gallon Award will be held on Saturday 16 May at the Darlington Arts Festival. My story, ‘The Pledge,’ will be read, by a Liars’ League actor, alongside other recent winning stories by Carys Davies, Benjamin Myers and Samuel Wright.
The Tom-Gallon Award is an annual award for £1,000 financed by a bequest made by Miss Nellie Tom-Gallon in memory of her brother. It was first awarded in 1943; originally biennial, it is now awarded annually thanks to the support of the ALCS.
Solstice Shorts: sixteen stories about time is now available to buy here.
takahe 83 is now available to buy here.
My short story, ‘The Wet’, has been published in takahe 83, the 25th anniversary issue. More details soon.
The Solstice Shorts Festival, a literature and folk music festival run by Arachne Press, will take place on 21 December 2014. As well as being winter solstice, the 21st is also National Short Story Day.
16 time-themed stories, including my story, ‘Stars’, will be read every half hour between sunrise and sunset at the West Greenwich Library and the Royal Observatory Greenwich, including stories written by judges Alison Moore, Robert Shearman, Anita Sethi and Imogen Robertson. Readings are free to attend.
An anthology of the stories, Solstice Shorts: sixteen stories about time will be published by Arachne Press on 8 January 2015, ISBN: 978-1-909208-23-0