I’m very pleased to have been shortlisted for this year’s Short Story Prize, run annually by The White Review.

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‘Movement in Squares’, Bridget Riley (1961)

My story ‘Smote, or When I Find I Cannot Kiss You in Front of a Print by Bridget Riley’ is available to read online on the journal’s site alongside the other wonderful shortlisted entries by David Isaacs (also shortlisted in 2014!), Owen Booth, Paul McQuade, Luke Melia, Nick Mulgrew, Chris Newlove Horton and Joanna Quinn. I am thrilled to pop up among such great work.

The winner will be announced by the judges Lucy Luck, Hannah Westland and Ned Beauman at 7.30pm April 30th at the Phoenix Artists’ Club. Let’s have a drink.

 

Edit: Winner the wonderful Owen Booth! Read his story ‘I Told You I’d Buy You Anything You Wanted So You Asked For a Submarine Fleet’ here, or buy in the upcoming issue 13 of The White Review.

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