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August 2018 Contest Winner

Posted 27/09/2018

August 2018 Contest Winner Colette Coen has most recently been published in Chroma, Structo and Crannog Magazines. Her novel All the Places I’ve Ever Been and short story collections are available on Amazon. She lives in Glasgow, Scotland with her husband and their two teenagers. She is also Mum to a university student who has flown […]

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Interview Philippa Crundwell

Posted 24/09/2018

Philippa Crundwell is a twenty-year-old writer hailing from Sussex, England. After winning the Peace One Day poetry competition in 2013, she had her debut poetry anthology commissioned and published, which launched in Waterstones in 2015. You can find out more about it here. You can also tweet Philippa @PipCrundwell. 1. Congratulations on winning our contest with […]

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Interview Liam Hogan

Posted 14/09/2018

Liam Hogan is an Oxford Physics graduate and award winning London based writer. His short story “Ana”, appears in Best of British Science Fiction 2016 (NewCon Press) and his twisted fantasy collection, “Happy Ending Not Guaranteed”, is published by Arachne Press. Find out more at http://happyendingnotguaranteed.blogspot.co.uk/, or tweet @LiamJHogan  1. Congratulations on winning our contest with […]

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Interview Benjamin Graham

Posted 12/09/2018

Born in the barren heartlands of Durham, England, Ben’s love of literature grew from reading the works of Joyce, Hemingway, Ginsberg and several other writers a teenage boy should really have no interest in reading. After several tumultuous years at a northern comprehensive (think Billy Elliot with less ballet), Ben went on to study Journalism at Edinburgh […]

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July 2018 Contest Winner

Posted 31/08/2018

July 2018 Contest Winner R.E. Hengsterman is a writer and photographer. Born helpless and nude he now wanders under the Carolina blue sky. Twitter @robhengsterman and www.REHengsterman.com Trapped Air by R.E. Hengsterman I blame my father. Slunk deep into his drab, earth-toned chair. His legs bent, work boots bouncing on the balls of his feet like a […]

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June 2018 Contest Winner

Posted 30/07/2018

June 2018 Contest Winner Philippa Crundwell is a twenty-year-old writer hailing from Sussex, England. After winning the Peace One Day poetry competition in 2013, she had her debut poetry anthology commissioned and published, which launched in Waterstones in 2015. You can find out more about it here. You can also tweet Philippa @PipCrundwell. The Water Tower by […]

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May 2018 Contest Winner

Posted 04/06/2018

May 2018 Contest Winner Liam Hogan is an Oxford Physics graduate and award winning London based writer. His short story “Ana”, appears in Best of British Science Fiction 2016 (NewCon Press) and his twisted fantasy collection, “Happy Ending Not Guaranteed”, is published by Arachne Press. Find out more at http://happyendingnotguaranteed.blogspot.co.uk/, or tweet @LiamJHogan  Younger by Liam Hogan […]

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April 2018 Contest Winner

Posted 16/05/2018

April 2018 Contest Winner Born in the barren heartlands of Durham, England, Ben’s love of literature grew from reading the works of Joyce, Hemingway, Ginsberg and several other writers a teenage boy should really have no interest in reading. After several tumultuous years at a northern comprehensive (think Billy Elliot with less ballet), Ben went on to […]

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Interview: Jason Purdy

Posted 24/04/2018

ason Purdy is a writer from Northern Ireland. By day, he’s a digital marketing strategist, and by night, he writes short stories, poems, and other rubbish. His first novel, Cigarette, is available on Amazon, and his second novel is available on Inkitt to read for free. He’s appeared in a range of short story and […]

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