Writer Elaine Chiew kindly invited me to be interviewed for the Asian Books Blog, to talk about ‘The Map of Bihar and Other Stories’ and about my approach to writing generally. I’m delighted to be reaching another audience here. See if what I have to say resonates with you.
Reader, actress Valerie Roche. Keep an ear out for this internet radio station based on Merseyside, UK. They run a regular Poetry and Fiction hour on Thursday evenings, 7-8pm, BST.
Delighted to be a guest at this very busy festival in Mumbai, on a panel talking about the short story as a lens through which to view India. Curator: Indira Chandrashekar.
‘The Red Rickshaw’, a story about karma, was a finalist in the Earlyworks Press short story competition 2018. It’s now available in print, along with the work of the other finalists, in the anthology ‘Unsafe Spaces’, published by Circaidy Gregory Press.
You can buy it here: http://www.circaidygregory.co.uk/Earlyworks_Press_2018_competition_winners.htm
Don’t miss the launch of ‘The Map of Bihar and Other Stories’ taking place at The Calder Bookshop, The Cut, South Bank, London SE1 8LF, 6-9pm on Saturday 15th June. Free event!!
Busy finalising the cover for my first short story collection, ‘The Map of Bihar and Other Stories’. All thanks to my publisher, Kay Green, at Circaidy Gregory Press.
Delighted that this story which features a lot of North Eastern regional dialect has been listed in this competition. Disenchanted Indian doctor encounters intransigent local resident. What can go wrong?
Just announced: ‘The Red Rickshaw’, a story about karma, is a finalist in the Earlyworks Press competition 2018, and will be published in their forthcoming anthology 2019.