Tag: tania hershman

#StorySunday

If you’ve been looking for new short stories to read and you have a Twitter account, join us for #StorySunday where anyone and everyone can contribute a link (or links) to a short story you can read online. Brainchild of Tania Hershman – the only rule (I think) is that

Updates: Bugged, BS4 and Lydia Davis

A few updates: Firstly the Bugged creative eavesdropping project (that I talked about here) launch their book next week. For more info on launch events in Manchester and Birmingham with readings, check out the Bugged website here. Looks terrific! More opportunities for UK short story writers, the excellent Bristol Short Story Prize team announced

Latest stuff and things

First, a reminder that 1 July is BUGGED, so today (according to the Bugged website) is B-Day minus 1. I will be eavesdropping tomorrow, probably in disguise, or at least in shades but we have until (I think) 15 August to submit a story … unlike the Bridport Prize 2010

A big think about writing

I’ve been having a (post-NaNo) BIG THINK about my writing. I finished my last (OU) creative writing course in May (A363 Advanced Creative Writing) and though I’ve written a lot of words since then I have only submitted one short story (4000 words) – deemed ‘intriguing’ but ‘difficult to place’

Just one book

I discovered Salt Publishing a couple of years ago when I was researching potential (and at that time, theoretical) outlets for a creative writing project I was doing at university. I liked the style of their operation – the type of books they were publishing, even harboured a faint ambition

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