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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 in on Ever Day Fiction. It is due to be up on the web site on March 22nd.

Pangea in Kindle and iStore
05 April 2013
Pangea, the anthology of stories from around the world edited by Rebecca Lloyd and Indira Chandrasekhar is now available as a kindle-ready ebook on Amazon and in iBook format from iTunes.
It’s a great anthology and I’m proud to have a story in there entitled The World’s End.

Runner Up in Littlehampton Competition
24 September 2012
A short nautical story landed a runner’s up prize in the Littlehampton Short Story Competition judged by Jane Rusbridge, author of Rook and The Devil’s Music. Not quite the booker prize, but hey...!

New Anthology – Great Names
01 March 2012  11.53
I'm thrilled to have a story in a new anthology alongside some wonderful short story writers.
The World's End is to be published in the new anthology, Pangea, edited by Rebecca Lloyd and Indira Chandrasekhar. Published by Thames River Press, the anthology includes stories from thirty-five different authors including names such as John Bolland, Tara Conklin, Venessa Gebbie, Sarah Hilary, Oona Joslin, Trilby Kent and Joel Willans. It has an international theme and hence has been released in India first.  
The author's biographies are littered with mentions of short-listings and winners in the Fish Prize, Bridport and Bristol short story prizes, along with a couple nominations for the Pushcart Prize. Pangea is due out in the UK in April 2012.
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