Chapbook Writers


Below, you will find a list of the writers whose short stories were selected for publication during the period of general submissions in 2017.

We are pleased to announce that TSS Publishing is once again open to general submissions for our 2018-19 writers. Please click here to find out more sending us your work. 

 

 


Sean Lusk divides his time between rural Dorset, London and The Pelion, a beautiful, mountainous area of Greece where centaurs once roamed. Maybe. He is winner of the 2017 Fish short story prize and the 2015 £10,000 Manchester Fiction Prize, and completed his first novel last year. Sean is now working on his second novel, which tells the story of a father who betrays his son, set against the background of turbulent eighteenth century Constantinople. He loves short stories, both the reading and the writing of them, and admires especially Grace Paley, Richard Ford and Nikolai Gogol. You can read more about Sean here: www.seanlusk.com

 


Christopher M Drew is a writer from the UK. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in various online and print publications, including SmokeLong Quarterly, the Bath Flash Fiction anthology (Vols 1 and 2), the National Flash Fiction Day Anthology (2017 and 2018), New Flash Fiction Review, Literary OrphansThird Point Press, MoonPark Review, and Flash Frontier. He has won Second Prize in both the Bath Flash Fiction and Reflex Fiction competitions, and received nominations for Best Small Fictions in 2017 and 2018. He is an editor at FlashBack Fiction. You can connect with Chris on Twitter @cmdrew81, or through his website cmdrew81.wordpress.com

 


Conor O’Sullivan received his MA in International Relations from NYU. His short fiction has been accepted to the Lakeview Journal and Bookers Corner. He currently works as a sports journalist in London.

 

 

 

 

 


Chloe Turner (@turnerpen2paper) is a writer from Gloucestershire, whose stories have been published in various literary journals including The Nottingham Review, Kindred (US), Halo, Hark and The Woven Tale Press (US/UK). Her short story ‘Long-gone Mary’ was released by InShort Publishing (Australia) as an individual pocketbook, and ‘Labour of Love’ was a For Books’ Sake Weekend Read in February 2016. She has been listed in several competitions and was Specially Commended in the Elbow Room Prize 2016. She blogs about books and writing at www.turnerpen2paper.com.

 


Megan Taylor’s first novel, How We Were Lost, was published by Flame Books in 2007 after placing second in the 2006 Yeovil Prize.  She wrote her second novel, The Dawning (Weathervane Press, 2010) while studying for a Creative Writing MA with Manchester Metropolitan University.  Weathervane Press also published her third novel, The Lives of Ghosts, in 2012, and a short story collection, The Woman Under the Ground, in 2014.  She is also proud to have had stories featured in several other anthologies, including ‘These Seven’ (Five Leaves, 2015), which formed part of Nottingham’s successful bid to become a UNESCO City of Literature. When she’s not playing with her own stories, Megan enjoys running a range of Creative Writing workshops.  For more information please visit www.megantaylor.info 

 


Matthew G. Rees used to live in Moscow where he taught English at a school near the Kremlin. He is currently undertaking a doctorate in Creative Writing at the University of Swansea. He is interested in the genesis of stories. His short fiction has also been published under the name Giles Rees in online and print anthologies. In his early career he was a newspaper journalist.