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‘A Tale of Two Sixties’

From the recycler: If the phrase ‘It’s grim up North’ resonates with you, think what it might have been like 40+ years ago without colour TV, a motorway, mobile phone, and internet communication to bring other ways of life to us. A Tale of Two Sixties’  Zouch Magazine & Miscellany, October 2011.


‘Fishing for Readers’

A short essay on opening lines in flash fiction. Flash Fiction Chronicles.


‘A Tale of Two Sixties’

‘A Tale of Two Sixties’ is up on Zouche today. Brace yourselves – it’s non-fiction.


You wait ages …

The Oxford Book of English Short Stories

Image by dalcrose via Flickr

 

… and three come along at once. Well, five, if you count ‘Lovely Girls‘ and ‘No Arrests‘. In the last few days, Full of Crow have taken ‘Arthur’s Stone’ and expect to publish it in October; Read Short Fiction took ‘Baby Bird’ to put up in the Spring; and Zouche Magazine & Miscellany have picked up my essay, ‘A Tale of Two Sixties’ and scheduled it for some time in the next 5-6 weeks. All a little bit wonderful.


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