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Short Fiction: The Week in Review, I

January 1st – 13th Curated by Rupert Dastur   The Short Fiction Desk are open to submissions for their short story anthologies. There’s a small reading fee (£3), but they’re flexible on length (1,000 – 20,000), and offer a quick…
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Rebecca Lloyd With The Short Story

The Short Story Interview: Rebecca Lloyd

Rebecca Lloyd’s story collection Mercy, nominated for a World Fantasy Award, was published by Tartarus Press in 2014 alongside The View from Endless Street, a collection with WidDo Publishing. In 2016 her published work included Ragman and Other Family Curses (Egaeus…
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Alan Bilton with The Short Story

The Short Story Interview: Alan Bilton

Alan Bilton teaches literature, film, and creative writing at Swansea University. He is the author of two novels, The Known and Unknown Sea (2014), and The Sleepwalkers’ Ball (Alcemi, 2009). He is also the author of books on Silent Film…
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Emma Timpany with The Short Story

The Short Story Interview: Emma Timpany

Emma Timpany was born and grew up in the far south of New Zealand, but currently lives in Cornwall. Her publications are Over the Dam (here), a pamphlet of five short stories, (Red Squirrel Press, 2015) and The Lost of Syros (published by Cultured Llama Press,…
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Barbara Leahy with The Short Story

The Short Story Interview: Barbara Leahy

Barbara Leahy is from Cork, Ireland. She started writing in 2010, and since then her stories have been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, and won competitions including the Wells Festival of Literature Short Story Competition, and the Words With Jam…
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