Author Archive: TSS Publishing

Guy Ware with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘What Always Happened’ by Guy Ware

Guy Ware is the author of two novels and many stories. His collection, You Have 24 Hours to Love Us (Comma, 2012) included the story ‘Hostage’, subsequently anthologised in the Best British Short Stories 2013 (Salt).  His first novel, The Fat of Fed Beasts (Salt, 2015), was…
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TSS Publishing with Daisy Johnson

The Short Story Interview: Daisy Johnson

  Daisy Johnson was born in 1990. Her debut short story collection, Fen, was published by Cape and in the US by Graywolf. Her novel is due in 2018 in the UK, US and France. She was the winner of the…
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Jamie Thunder with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘A Trip Into Town’ by Jamie Thunder

Jamie Thunder lives, reads, and writes somewhere near London, and tries to behave better than his characters. He’s been published by Storgy, Spelk Fiction, The Pygmy Giant, and The Drabble – he also writes at http://asintheweather.wordpress.com and tweets as @jdthndr. *** A Trip…
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Christina Dalcher Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: Silent Sex, by Christina Dalcher

Christina Dalcher is a theoretical linguist from the Land of Styron and Barbecue, where she writes, teaches, and channels Shirley Jackson. Recognitions include The Bath Flash Award’s Short List, nominations for Best of the Net and Best Small Fictions, and second…
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Flash Fiction by Sharon Telfer

Flash Fiction: If We Could Knock Through, by Sharon Telfer

Sharon Telfer won the Bath Flash Fiction Award and the Hysteria Flash Fiction competition in 2016. In 2017, she has stories out or forthcoming in Sleep is a Beautiful Colour (National Flash Fiction Day anthology), Stories for Homes, Spelk and Reflex Fiction. She lives in Yorkshire,…
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Flash Fiction by Helen Kampfner

Flash Fiction: Dancing Queen, by Helen Kampfner

Helen Kampfner lives in the Basque Country, where she works as an English teacher. Her short fiction has been placed in various competitions and published in The Pacific Review, The Write Path, Dream Catcher, Gem, Eyelands and the HISSAC anthology….
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