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Victoria, Cat and the bag of holes. Out of the Solitary Mind. Nameless and Other Stories. A Life in the Closet. All Because of You. How to Survive Being a Cat Owner: Hitting Trees with Sticks. In this new edition, Sean O'Brien introduces a selection of stories from the master of the American Gothic short story, as well as providing a specially written critical analysis on the form and style of Poe's writing. Respected crime writer, critic and editor Martin Edwards introduces a selection of Conan Doyle's most influential and innovative stories.

Ten of the best Kipling stories specially selected by the acclaimed author and critic Adam Roberts, who also provides an introductory essay. Ten of the best Lovecraft stories, specially selected by the acclaimed author and critic Ramsey Campbell, who also provides a introductory essay. Jim Hinks , Franco Bianchini …. On a broad European canvas, however, the rich traditions of short story writing challenge these preconceptions. Jim Hinks , Gul Turner …. Tom Palmer , Maria Crossan ….

Bringing together fiction from some of the city's most celebrated writers, The Book of Leeds traces the unique contours that fifty years of social and economic change can impress on a city. Maria Crossan , Eleanor Rees …. Decapolis is a book which imagines the city otherwise. Bringing together ten writers from across Europe, it offers snapshots of their native cities, freezing for a moment the characters and complexities that define them. Here, ten short stories by new and established writers have been selected and translated in English for the first time, to open just such a door….


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Ra Page , Carol Yinghua …. The challenges depicted in these stories are uniquely Chinese, but the energy and ingenuity with which their authors approach them is something readers everywhere can marvel at. This anthology brings together some of the pioneers of the Gazan short story from that era, as well as younger exponents of the form, with ten stories that offer glimpses of life in the Strip that go beyond the global media headlines.

Toni Marques , Katie Slade …. The ten stories in this anthology bring to life the complex and ever-changing face of Rio de Janeiro behind the tourist-tailored images of the city.

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Jim Hinks , Masashi Matsuie …. Bestselling anthology of short fiction about the city of Tokyo, translated into English for the first time. Raph Cormack , Max Shmookler …. Short stories about the Sudanese capital, featuring ten authors including Bushra al-Fadil and his Caine Prize winning story. Arunava Sinha , Pushpita Alam …. Stories taken from the bustling, chaotic city of Dhaka by ten talented writers. At their core, these stories are of quintessential human relationships and motivations that would have resonance in virtually any part of the world. Leading you through the backstreets and bars of Havana, ten stories demonstrating the power of contemporary Cuban literature.

Becca Parkinson , Eva Eglaja-Kristsone …. Becca Parkinson , Gvantsa Jobava …. This collection brings together a new generation of writers many of whom have never had their work translated into English and their writings about the city. Ten short stories from the Iranian capital of Tehran, translated into English for the first time. Ra Page , Magda Raczynska …. When It Changed is an attempt to put authors and scientists back in touch with each other, to re-introduce research ideas with literary concerns, and to re-forge the alloy that once made SF great.

Ra Page , Martyn Amos …. Ra Page , Penny Lewis …. Ra Page , Dr Rob Appleby …. An anthology of specially-commissioned stories exploring thought experiments and their use in science to crack fundamental problems. This is the first in a series of specially commissioned, original short stories celebrating the strength and richness of the city's literary alumni.

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Both featured in City Life and sold separately, this issue was the first of the booklets to be distributed FREE to public transport users in the Greater Manchester area. This was the first in the Manchester series to look beyond Greater Manchester for its authors, bringing together an international cast of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender writers from Britain and abroad, as well as home grown talent, to celebrate Manchester hosting Europride, the largest celebration of Gay and Lesbian culture in Europe. Published in September 04, issue 1 Newcastle Stories 1, six established and award-winning Newcastle authors kick-started a unique new magazine series that featured anthologies of new work twice a year and free to readers of The Crack.

David Herd , Anna Pincus …. Fourteen stories exploring real life refugee experiences, told in the style of the Canterbury Tales. The third volume of Refugee Tales, writers and poets tell the stories of refugees who have suffered under UK immigration rule. Saif's diary of the Gaza War in , with foreword by Noam Chomsky. This year's shortlist brings together a high calibre group of new and established authors exploring human relationships at their most dysfunctional and yet sustaining.

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Wilson, Jon McGregor, M. In honour of the Olympics, this edition opened its doors to international short story submissions from all over the world, thus becoming the first BBC International Short Story Award. Now in its eleventh year, this highly anticipated collection celebrates the very best in contemporary British fiction with an all-female shortlist of renowned authors, who explore the short story form in spectacular fashion. The thirteenth year of the esteemed BBC prize shortlist, this year introduced by head judge Stig Abell.

Magda Raczynska , Becky Harrison …. Ra Page , Sarah Eyre …. Phobic shines a torch into the unlit areas of the modern subconscious and suggests the more we know, the more we realise how worried we really should be. Organ-playing wunderkinds, poets on government re-employment schemes, unlikely celebrity party guests…. Real or surreal, despairing or defiant, these stories prove that far from being a genre of offcuts and unfinished ideas, the short story, if only we give it a moment, is very much alive and well.

Ellipsis is a series celebrating the 'short story sequence' - that interlocking daisy-chain of narrative produced when stories knit together to form a continuum of character or theme. Established and award winning poets from around Britian and the UK have been asked to 'interlope' into the unknown territory of the short - most of them for the first time and each bringing with them a new, poetic perspective as well as an intuitive feel for the snapshot's hidden narratives. Comma's second anthology of new writers showcases 20 of the most imaginative and daring voices taking up the form; writers dedicated to charting the far reaches of this terrain right at the outset of their careers; writers who prove it's best to stay short.

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Toggle navigation Comma Press. Home is Where Heather Beck A ground-breaking literary vision, swerving in and out of the isolated monologue of an isolated elderly woman. Amuse-Bouche Arnon Grunberg Bizarre, garrulous, self-confident, often desperately lonely; such is the variety of characters Grunberg meets I Love You When I'm Drunk Empar Moliner So delicate and fleet-footed are these stories, even the most single-minded protagonists win us over with a raucous charm that makes us love them and hate them in equal measure.

Long Days Maike Wetzel With pared down but insistent language, Wetzel achieves a poise and clarity and presents lives that are as arresting as they are arrested. Jebel Marra Michelle Green Michelle Green — a former aid worker in Darfur — re-tells the story of the Sudanese civil war from 15 different perspectives, capturing by turns the brutal indifference of the government war machine, the terrible scars inflicted on individuals caught in its path, and the complex melting pot of experiences that constitutes any relief effort. The Sea Cloak Nayrouz Qarmout A collection of stories from an exciting female Palestinian writer, translated from Arabic into English for the first time.

Dangerous Driving Chris Woods The poems in Chris Woods' second collection remind us to take time out from our lives, from ourselves, and share with us both the pleasures and surprises that come with even the smallest skive….

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Ra Page Covering a century of writing that arguably saw all the major short forms emerge, from Hawthorne's 'Twice Told Tales' to Kafka's modernist nightmares, these essays offer new and unique inroads into classic texts, both for the literature student and aspiring writer. The Daughters of the Late Colonel and other stories ed. Alison MacLeod Ten of the best Mansfield stories specially selected by the acclaimed author and critic Alison MacLeod who also provides a critical essay.

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Sean O'Brien In this new edition, Sean O'Brien introduces a selection of stories from the master of the American Gothic short story, as well as providing a specially written critical analysis on the form and style of Poe's writing. Martin Edwards Respected crime writer, critic and editor Martin Edwards introduces a selection of Conan Doyle's most influential and innovative stories. They and other stories ed. Adam Roberts Ten of the best Kipling stories specially selected by the acclaimed author and critic Adam Roberts, who also provides an introductory essay.

The Rats in the Walls and other stories ed. Ramsey Campbell Ten of the best Lovecraft stories, specially selected by the acclaimed author and critic Ramsey Campbell, who also provides a introductory essay. Stories from Cities on the Edge ed. Stories from Small Town Europe ed. The Book of Istanbul ed. The Book of Leeds ed. Tom Palmer , Maria Crossan … Bringing together fiction from some of the city's most celebrated writers, The Book of Leeds traces the unique contours that fifty years of social and economic change can impress on a city. The Book of Liverpool ed.