View from the Galley

Regular updates of the news and views from Galley Beggar Towers. Some opinions own. But please don't use them against us...

THREE QUESTIONS with Hilary Dean

 
Following on from the longlist announcement of the 2016/17 GBP Short Story Prize, we asked each of the thirteen writers three questions about themselves, their story, and their inspirations. Here's Hilary Dean, whose longlisted short story Resurrection is available to read as a digital single. You'll also find a short biography of Hilary after her answers. 
 

Short story prize shortlist: announcement Tuesday

Hello!

Just to say that we're announcing our short story prize shortlist on Tuesday. (Apologies if you've been expecting it earlier. We've been doing some extra agonising  - and addtional rhapsodising -  over the stories. Full report soon.)

Meanwhile, the entire longlist is now in our store, for sale as individual ebooks for £1 each. They're all great:

 

THREE QUESTIONS with Richard Smyth

 
 
Following on from the longlist announcement of the 2016/17 GBP Short Story Prize, we asked each of the thirteen writers three questions about themselves, their story, and their inspirations. Here's Richard Smyth, whose longlisted short story Something Was Being Broken will soon be available to read as a digital single. You'll also find a short biography of Richard after his answers. 
 

THREE QUESTIONS with Henrietta Rose-Innes

 
Following on from the longlist announcement of the 2016/17 GBP Short Story Prize, we asked each of the thirteen writers three questions about themselves, their story, and their inspirations. Here's Henrietta Rose-Innes, whose longlisted short story The Second Law will soon be available to read as a digital single. You'll also find a short biography of Henrietta after her answers.
 

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