Tag Archive: creative writing

Liam Hogan with TSS Publishing

Short Story: Seven Years, by Liam Hogan

Liam Hogan is a London based writer. Winner of Quantum Shorts 2015 and Sci-Fest LA’s Roswell Award 2016, his dark fantasy collection, “Happy Ending Not Guaranteed”, is out now from Arachne Press. Find more about Liam on his website here or tweet at…
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Jennifer Harvey with TSS Publishing

Short Story: Saguaro Night, by Jennifer Harvey

Jennifer Harvey is a Scottish writer now living in Amsterdam. Her work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in various magazines in the UK and the US, such as: Folio, Bare Fiction, Carve Magazine and Ink, Sweat & Tears. Her YA novel…
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A L Kennedy on writing and short stories, in conversation with TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: A. L. Kennedy

A.L. Kennedy is an acclaimed Scottish writer who has won the Costa Book award for her novel Day and the Frank O’ Connor short story award for her collection All The Rage. Her most recent novel, Serious Sweet, was longlisted…
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Helen Kampfner's winning Flash Fiction

Flash Fiction: Mayday, 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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Emma Kittle Pey in conversation with TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: E K Pey

E K Pey is a UK based short fiction writer, currently working on her PhD at the University of Essex. She is the organiser and host of Colchester WriteNight. She studied for her MA in Creative Writing at Essex too, and…
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H. Bustani with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘Slow Breaking of Long-Term Bonds’ by Hisham Bustani

Hisham Bustani is a Jordanian award-winning author of four collections of short fiction. Hisham’s short fiction has been translated into five languages, with English-language translations appearing in prestigious journals across the US, UK, and Canada, including World Literature Today, Los Angeles Review of…
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