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Melanie Whipman in an interview with TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: Melanie Whipman

Melanie Whipman is a writer and lecturer. Her fiction has been broadcast on Radio 4 and been published in numerous magazines and anthologies. Her debut short story collection, Llama Sutra, was published last year and is a contender for the…
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The Short Story Interview with Catherine McNamara

The Short Story Interview: Catherine McNamara

Catherine McNamara grew up in Sydney, ran away to Paris to write at twenty-one and ended up in Ghana running a bar. Her collection The Cartography of Others is currently funding with Unbound. Pelt and Other Stories (2013) was longlisted…
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Chuma Nwkolo with The Short Story

The Short Story Interview: Chuma Nwokolo

Chuma Nwokolo is a Nigerian writer and lawyer. He is publisher of the literary magazine African Writing. Nwokolo’s first novels, The Extortionist (1993) and Dangerous Inheritance (1988), were published by Macmillan in the Pacesetter Novels. His other books include African Tales at Jailpoint, Diaries of a Dead African, One…
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Lisa McInerney with TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: Lisa McInerney

Lisa McInerney is a novelist, short story writer, essayist and screenwriter from Galway. Formerly an award-winning blogger, her work has featured in Winter Papers, The Stinging Fly, Granta and BBC Radio 4 and in the anthologies The Long Gaze Back (New Island), Beyond The Centre (New Island) and Town…
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Ashley Stokes with The Short Story Publishing

The Short Story Interview: Ashley Stokes

  Ashley Stokes is the author of Touching the Starfish, a novel, and a short story sequence The Syllabus of Errors (both Unthank Books). He’s the editor of The End: Fifteen Endings to Fifteen Paintings and the Unthology series. His…
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Jessie Greengrass with The Short Story

The Short Story Interview: Jessie Greengrass

Jessie Greengrass was born in 1982. She studied philosophy in Cambridge and London, where she now lives with her partner and child. An Account of the Decline of the Great Auk, According to One Who Saw It won the Edge Hill Prize…
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The Short Story Review: Staggerwing

The Short Story Review: ‘Staggerwing’ by Alice Kaltman

  Review by Alex Reece Abbott Staggerwing, Kaltman’s shrewd debut collection explores human foibles and absurdities, thwarted ambitions and survival strategies, with sharp observation and dark humour. Set in post-crash America, through eleven memorable, incisive tales, we meet a wide…
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