Woke up this morning to the news that the anthology I am included in, will be available in August. In the words of Pop Larkin - 'Perfick.' Also, a note to say my cheque is on it's way. I've sent my children's fiction story to the Naomi House Children's Fiction Competition, it's nice knowing my entry fee is going to charity. Sent my signed contract and a long list of revisions back to the educational publishers. Sadly, it is unlikely I will get any writing done today, I really must do some cleaning. But I am hoping to meet a fellow writer for lunch and to hand over her Birthday card.
A Celebration of Writing in First and Second Person
Available August 2013
List Price: £8.99 ISBN: 978-1-908858-02-3 Paperback, 216 x 140mm, 190 pages Short stories and flash fiction (40 stories)
A wonderfully unique and broadly themed collection of flash fiction and short stories written in first or second person. This anthology includes the work of the following writers: Hettie Ashwin, Kim Bannerman, Cath Barton, Sharon Birch, Miki Bryne, Walter Campbell, Charlotte Comley, Annemaria Cooper, Meriah L Crawford, Stefanie Dao, Simone Davy, Laura Dunkeyson, Sarah Evans, Anne Fox, Robert Lee Frazier, Martin Gamble, Susan F Giles, Heidi Gilhooly, Anne Goodwin, Margaret Gracie, Cathryn Grant, E A M Harris, Kati N Hendry, Debz Hobbs-Wyatt, Julia Hones, Amy Hulsey, Alexis A Hunter, Michelle Ann King, Deborah Klée, Tanya Jacob Knox, Meg Laverick, Diane Lefer, Diandra Linnemann, Nina Milton, Monika Pant, Emma Phillips, Barry Pomeroy, Jay R Thurston, Abigail Wyatt, Zarina Zabrisky.
Submissions are open for our next poetry anthology on the theme of cities/urban landscape. Cities to live in, work in, to visit. Consider ideas of civic pride, celebrations, faith, ritual, districts, culture, wealth, poverty and how people relate to the city. Work must be original and previously unpublished. Please submit up to a maximum of 3 poems of not more than 80 lines each.