Tag Archive: shortstory

Shibani Lal reading short stories for TSS Publishing

Reader Series: ‘My Week as Reader’ by Shibani Lal

Shibani Lal writes short stories. She was runner-up the in 2015 Asian short story prize and was recently long-listed for the Cambridge short story prize. She is a member of The Whole Kahani, a collective of British fiction writers of South Asian…
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Ingrid Jendrzejewski with TSS Publishing

Flash Fiction Interview: Ingrid Jendrzejewski

Ingrid Jendrzejewski studied creative writing at the University of Evansville, then physics at the University of Cambridge. Her work has been published in places like Passages North, The Los Angeles Review, The Conium Review, Jellyfish Review, and Flash Frontier, and she has won the Bath Flash…
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Kit de Waal in an interview with TSS Publishing

The Short Story Interview: Kit de Waal

  Kit de Waal was born in Birmingham to an Irish mother, who was a childminder and foster carer and a Caribbean father. She worked for fifteen years in criminal and family law, was a magistrate for several years and…
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TSS Recommendations: ‘Red’ by Katie Knoll

Recommendation by Joesphine Greenland Red by Katie Knoll “Change us,” the narrators chant. “Change us, we ask the blood inside us. Change us, we ask the ghost mothers and fathers.” The theme of change, both as a desire to break with…
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Jack Fisher with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘Passing Through’ by Jack Fisher

Jack Fisher lives in Manchester with his partner and a cat named Lester. He (Jack, not the cat) writes short stories, and is currently hacking his way through the undergrowth of a half-completed novel. He is a chemical engineer by training…
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Danny Denton with TSS Publishing

Short Story: ‘Patrols’ by Danny Denton

Danny Denton is from Cork, Ireland. He has published fiction and prose in various publications and anthologies, including Southword, The Stinging Fly and Funhouse (forthcoming). His novel, The Earlie King & The Kid in Yellow, is forthcoming from Granta Books in January 2018. Patrols By Danny Denton…
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