Competition Short-List for Third Victorian Short Story
11 May 2014
The third Victorian Short Story set in Dorset to see the light of day got on to the short-list in the March round of the Global Short Story competition. Mrs Wilkinson’s Grave is far from a conventional story so the placing is very welcome.
Another short story, The Cause of the Tides, was short-listed in the Global Short Story Competition in 2009. One day...
Second Victorian Short Published
15 March 2014
Another short story from the series set in Victorian Dorset will be published soon. The World’s End was already long-listed in the Cadenza Short Story competition and subsequently published in Pangea and now Art’s Last Laugh is to be published on Every Day Fiction. It is due to be up on the web site on March 22nd.
Pangea in Kindle and iStore
05 April 2013
It’s a great anthology and I’m proud to have a story in there entitled The World’s End.
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