Tag: Short Story Collection

BOOK REVIEW: Sour Heart by Jenny Zhang

Sour Heart is a collection of short stories that tell the tale of family, of immigrants coming to 1990’s America and seeing it for what it is, seeing it for the seediness that lay in the shadows of their new-found allegiance. Many of the stories deal with a family dynamic, of femininity, of sexuality and

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The EXIT EARTH Short Story Competition – Finalists

    We are pleased to announce the finalists of The EXIT EARTH Short Story Competition. In alphabetical order, the finalists are: * Duncan Abel ‘Don’t Go To The Flea Circus’ Virginia Ballesty ‘Cake’ Erik Bergstrom ‘Crow Rides A Pale Horse’ Michael Bird ‘Fallout’ Jessica Bonder ‘Ken’ Rachel Connor ‘How To Curate a Life’ Francisco

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EXIT EARTH

To celebrate the upcoming release of HOPEFUL MONSTERS We are offering a whopping 60% off the paperback publication; EXIT EARTH That’s 24 stories for only £4.99* *(R.R.P. £12.99. Postal charges apply) Simply click on the image below and take advantage of this limited time offer. Discount code will be applied at checkout prior to purchase.

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HAM FREE PRESS: The Ham Issue 2

The Ham is an online and in-print journal attempting to showcase the best in short-fiction, poetry, art, and photography, by writers, artists and photographers that don’t yet have developed careers. The Ham  is based in Peckham, but the journal can be found in a number of independent bookshops, cafes, and pubs around the UK, or ordered

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INTERVIEW: Callan Wink

Callan Wink CALLAN WINK was born in Michigan in 1984 and now works as a fishing guide on the Yellowstone River in Montana. His work has been published in the New Yorker, Granta, and The Best American Short Stories. Your short stories have been likened to the words of Richard Ford, Annie Proulx, Thomas McGuane,

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INTERVIEW: Oisín Fagan

Oisín Fagan is from Moynalvey, Meath. His novella, The Hierophants, won the inaugural Penny Dreadful Novella award in June, 2016. His story collection, Hostages, was published by New Island in September, 2016. He has had stories published in the Anthology, Young Irelanders, and The Stinging Fly. Tell us a little about your background (where you

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BOOK REVIEW: Hostages by Oisin Fagan

New Island Books have been busy releasing the anthologies ‘The Glass Shore’ and ‘The Long Gaze Back’ and in their wake is an undiscovered gem of a book and we here at STORGY are extremely excited that we found the wonderful anthology that is ‘Hostages’ by the rather unknown Oisin Fagan  (but not for very

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BOOK REVIEW: Sweet Home by Carys Bray

This collection of short stories by Carys Bray is one of the best anthologies by an English author for a long while. I found this so entertaining as I am a parent of two beautiful girls that are around the same age as some of the children in these stories. Whilst also seeing myselfand my

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INTERVIEW: Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk’s ten previous novels are the bestselling Fight Club, adapted for for the screen by David Fincher; Survivor; Invisible Monsters; Choke; Lullaby; Diary; Haunted; Rant; Snuff; and Pygmy. He is also the author of Fugitives and Refugees, a nonfiction profile of Portland, Oregon, published as part of the Crown Journeys series, and the nonfiction collection Stranger

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