Lee hasn’t met her father’s latest girlfriend yet. He says this time, it’s the real thing
Our primal instinct for flight or flight and epic godwit migrations in a story about surviving
She’s excited about the hotel’s advertised cosy, romantic fire… My story about Belfast summers, Ask Me About the Flames – is dedicated to @OrlaMcAWrites, my erstwhile Portadown friend and writer.
Check in with Tui and Alison, steadfast culinary Antipodean goddesses...
The day was dusking when they returned from a cheap Cracow city-break which hadn’t gone to plan from the start
🎈🎈🎈Congrats everyone - and thanks @TSSPublishing #cambridgeshortstory. Sending warm dry towels and a 🛶 to @RupertDastur and everyone caught in the floods
🌈 RESULTS 🌈
After overcoming some London flooding, we can finally share the longlist for the Cambridge Short Story Prize 2021!
Huge congratulations to these writers and many thanks from us for your patience & brilliant writing!
In rural New Zealand in the early 1900s, a fostered girl fights to keep her placement with Mrs Horgan
The wisdom of crows and the value of sunglasses