Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 9

Willesden Herald New Short Stories Unspeakable secrets disappeared husbands bisexual love triangles revolutionary conspiracies and African odysseys from Sixties Paris to San Francisco Arundel to Latin America poets murderers mus

  • Title: Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 9
  • Author: Katy Darby Stephen Moran
  • ISBN: 9780985213374
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unspeakable secrets, disappeared husbands, bisexual love triangles, revolutionary conspiracies and African odysseys from Sixties Paris to San Francisco, Arundel to Latin America, poets, murderers, musicians, schoolkids and festive firearms fanciers stalk these pages, waiting to greet you.Winning Stories Undercurrents by Gina Challen Twisted by Tracy Fells Looking forUnspeakable secrets, disappeared husbands, bisexual love triangles, revolutionary conspiracies and African odysseys from Sixties Paris to San Francisco, Arundel to Latin America, poets, murderers, musicians, schoolkids and festive firearms fanciers stalk these pages, waiting to greet you.Winning Stories Undercurrents by Gina Challen Twisted by Tracy Fells Looking for Nathalie by Susan Haigh All That Remains by Rob Hawke The Volcano by Anna Lewis The Mayes County Christmas Gun Festival by David Lewis The Cliffs of Bandiagara by Catherine McNamara Supersum by Barbara Robinson Last Call at the Rialto by Daniel Waugh Love and Hair by Olga ZilberbourgWith an introduction by 2016 judge, Katy Darby

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    About " Katy Darby Stephen Moran "

  • Katy Darby Stephen Moran

    Katy Darby studied English Literature at Somerville College, Oxford and took her MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia, where she received the David Higham Award.Her fiction has been read on BBC Radio, and she has published stories in magazines including Slice, Mslexia and The London Magazine, as well as winning prizes in several international fiction competitions Fish, Arvon and Bridport, among others Her first novel, The Whores Asylum, was published by Fig Tree Penguin in February 2012.She teaches Short Story Writing and Novel Writing at City University and co runs the monthly live fiction event Liars League She lives in London.

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  • Ordered this anthology to read the prize-winning story LOVE AND HAIR by my friend Olga Zilberbourg-- and I recommend you begin with that wonderful story. She has the rare ability to entertain yet go deep in the mystery of being human, and I really loved this one. There are other great stories here-- shout-out to David Lewis for THE MAYES COUNTY CHRISTMAS GUN FESTIVAL, which is almost uncanny in its relevance under the first few weeks of the new regime. Humanity and comic horror in equal measure. [...]


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