Seren joins the celebrations for National Short Story Week

22 November 2010 - 02:39pm

Seren joins the celebrations for National Short Story Week

22 November 2010 - 02:39pm

Seren join celebrations for National Short Story Week (22-28 Nov) by revisiting some great short stories collections, published over the last couple of years:

Sing Sorrow Sorrow: Dark and Chilling Tales (2010) Gwen Davies (ed.). A chilling collection of supernatural myth and otherworldly horror stories from some of Wales’ most exciting new and established authors.

Graham Mort Touch  (2010). From the heat of Africa to the warmth of France or the snowbound dales of northern England, this is an assured and absorbing collection.

Emyr Humphreys The Woman at the Window (2009) is an immensely enjoyable and impressive addition to his outstanding list of award-winning novels and short stories.

Glenda Beagan The Great Master of Ecstasy (2010) poignant new collection of interlinked short stories. In her clear and thoughtful prose Glenda explores memory, inspiration and mental health, peering over the edge of the natural world with sometimes chilling results.

Lloyd Jones My Favourite Colouring Book (2008) Love, angels, addiction and death; they’re all here in My First Colouring Book – a collection of short stories from the prize-winning author of Mr Cassini and Mr Vogel.