Tag Archive: literature

Mark Mayes with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘Scars’ by mark Mayes

  Mark Mayes has published short stories and poems in magazines and anthologies, including Unthology (5, 9, and accepted for 10), The Lonely Crowd, The Interpreter’s House, Under The Radar, and The Reader. His debut novel, The Gift Maker, was published with…
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Melissa Fu in Conversation with TSS Publishing on short stories and writing

The Short Story Interview: Melissa Fu

Melissa Fu is from Los Alamos, New Mexico and lives in Cambridgeshire, UK. Fascinated by literature and science, she majored in English and Physics at Rice University. She then completed a MS in Physics at the University of Colorado. After…
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Eic Akoto in conversation with Rupert Dastur at TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: Eric Akoto

Eric Akoto is the Editor in Chief and Publisher of Litro Magazine. Akoto has written for various publications and contributed to various books. He also guest curates and comperes at festivals such as Latitude Festival and The Hay Festival. Founded in 2005, Litro…
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Megan Ross in short stories

The Short Story Interview: Megan Ross

Megan Ross is a writer, poet and journalist from the Eastern Cape in South Africa. She is the 2016 Iceland Writers Retreat Alumni Award winner. Her short story, “Farang,” won the 2017 Brittle Paper Award for Fiction and was second runner-up for the 2016 Short…
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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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