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Gill Osborne has sold a story to People’s friend magazine as well as being shortlisted in the Writer’s Bureau short story competition.
Phil Tempest and Emma Storr both had work selected for the Leeds Bookend Found Fiction event.
Andy Armitage has had three poems published in Acumen.
Sarah Dodd (writing as Sarah Brooks) has been Longlisted for the Walter Swan Short Story Prize for her story, “A Delicate Balance”.
Pat Balford‘s childrens’ book, “A Kitten in Daisy Street” (OUP), has just been translated into Turkish. Oxford University Press sold the translation rights to the Turkish publisher. They previously brought out a Welsh version and have also sold the digital rights to South Korea!
David Cundall was longlisted for the Remember Oluwale Writing Prize, 2016.
Ann Clarke won the The Aine Maire Chadwick trophy in the NAWG (National Association of Writers’ Groups) short story competition in 2015, and her story was published by NAWG in The Write Path, 2015.
Sarah Dodd (writing as Sarah Brooks)
‘Blackpool‘, Shimmer, 30, March 2016
‘Aviary’, Lighthouse, 11, March 2016
‘The Great Detective‘, Strange Horizons, 2014
‘Trans-Siberia: An Account of a Journey’, Interzone, 249, 2013, reprinted in The Year’s Best Fantasy 2014, Salt Publishing
‘The Years of the Tarantella‘, Unlikely Story, 2013
‘The Moon Bears’, Shimmer, vol.17, 2012
Linda Fulton (writing as Linda Anne Baker)
The Sun on Their Backs, Amazon/ York Publishing Services, 2015
(Writing as Linda Fulton)
‘Roots’, long listed for the Frome Literary Festival short story competition 2015.
‘A Pram Fit for Purpose,’ short listed and highly commended in the Ilkley Literature Festival competition, September 2015.
‘A Case of the Measles’ and ‘Pyjama Day’ were both shortlisted for the Ilkley Literature Festival 2014.
‘Seven Easter Eggs’, Matter (the annual literary magazine from Sheffield Hallam University), 2012.
‘Green Lady Blues’ won 3rd prize in the Writers’ Forum Magazine, Nov 2011.
‘A History of Chinese Tea,’ Litro Online, June 12 2016.
‘Sacred to the Memory‘, Litro Online , April 19 2015.
‘The Faraday Cage‘ was shortlisted for the Black Pear Press Short Story Competition 2014 and published in the resulting anthology Seaglass and other Stories, Black Pear Press, 2014.
‘The Photographer’ won second place in the Black Pear Press Short Story Competition 2016 and was published in the resulting anthology On the Day of the Dead together with ‘Until Four‘. ‘Confessions’ was shortlisted in the 2015 Ilkley Literature Festival. ‘A Photograph, Creased’ was short-listed in the 2016 Ilkley Literature Festival. ‘The Jade Monkey Laughs’ won 3rd Prize in the 2017 Ilkley Literature Festival Short Story Competition and ‘From Somewhere the Scent of Jasmine’ was also short-listed.
The End of the Sky (pamphlet), Templar Publishing, 2015
Ian’s work has appeared in magazines including The North, Stand, Other Poetry and Agenda. He has been longlisted in the York Literature Festival competition and was joint winner of the Remember Oluwale Writing Prize. He’s been shortlisted in the Guernsey International, Troubadour and Bridport prizes, and has also been Highly Commended in the Bridport. A winner of Templar Poetry’s Book & Pamphlet prize, his debut pamphlet ‘The End of the Sky’ was published in 2015. His first full collection is forthcoming with Templar. He is assistant editor at Iota Magazine.
The Glass Girl, New Generation, 2014.
‘The Boy’ by Sandra Hogarth-Scott – commended short story 2013 published in An Anthology of the best short stories and poems from the Yeovil Literary Prize 2012 and 2013.
The Hoopoe at the Execution, Villebois (pamphlet), Templar Publishing, 2015
Tom’s poems have been published in Other Poetry, Brittle Star, The Frogmore Papers, Envoi, Cadaverine, The Interpreter’s House, and the Otley Word Feast anthology The Garden.
He’s also had poems published in the ‘Leads to Leeds‘ project, which brings together artists with a Leeds connection.
The Woman without a Number, Scratchingshed Publishing, 2010. (Now on 10th reprint. Translated into Slovakian in 2012).
The Woman with Nine Lives, Scratchingshed Publishing, March 2016
You can find out more about Iby on her website.
The Old School, Faber & Faber, 1976
An Englishman (and his mother) Abroad , and Vive le Mole!, Southernwood Press, 2014
(Both of these books, along with his re-telling of two Indian stories, Ramayana and Heer Ranjha, have also been published as e-books on Kindle).
‘Wasting Time’, Ambit issue 223, February 2016
‘At the Back’, The Poetry Bus, issue 6, 2016
‘Peter’, Prole, April 2016
‘Roland’, Ambit, July 2016
Neil’s first published short stories appeared in Introduction 4 – stories by new writers (Faber & Faber, 1970). Scripts and performance rights for his plays for young people are available at TreePress.org.The next play of his to be given a public performance will be Revenge of the Sea God, which is to be produced in summer 2016 by a youth theatre in Hong Kong. He writes regularly about literature at neilrathmell.com.
Emma Storr has had a poem commended in the 2016 Hippocrates Open and NHS Poetry and Medicine competition. It will be published in an anthology later this year.
The Boy With The Patang, Amazon, June 2015 (paperback and e-book). Available here.