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Nicholas Royle - The Best British Short Stories - 9781907773181 - V9781907773181
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The Best British Short Stories

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Description for The Best British Short Stories Paperback. The second in a brand-new series of annual anthologies, The Best British Short Stories 2012 reprints the cream of short fiction, by British writers, first published in 2011. Series: Best British Short Stories. Num Pages: 240 pages, black & white illustrations. BIC Classification: 1DBK; DQ; FA. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 196 x 131 x 19. Weight in Grams: 256.
The second in a brand-new series of annual anthologies, The Best British Short Stories 2012 reprints the cream of short fiction, by British writers, first published in 2011. These stories first appeared in magazines from Ambit to Granta, in anthologies across various genres from publishers big and small, and in authors' own short story collections. They were broadcast on radio and delivered by mobile phone app. They appeared online at Metazen and Paraxis.

Product Details

Format
Paperback
Publication date
2012
Publisher
Salt Publishing United Kingdom
Number of pages
232
Condition
New
Number of Pages
240
Place of Publication
Cambridge, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781907773181
SKU
V9781907773181
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 5 to 9 working days
Ref
99-12

About Nicholas Royle
Nicholas Royle was born in Manchester in 1963. He is the author of seven novels, including: Counterparts, Saxophone Dreams, and First Novel, and a short story collection, Mortality. He has edited sixteen anthologies, including A Book of Two Halves and Neonlit: Time Out Book of New Writing. He lives between London and Manchester and teaches creative writing at MMU. ... Read more

Reviews for The Best British Short Stories
Slip this lightweight but nourishing anthology into your holiday bag. Editor Royle has selected 20 published stories from British writers. His own (excellent) taste means that little explosions of weirdness or transcendence often erupt amid much well-observed everyday life.
Boyd Tonkin
Independent
It's so good that it's hard to believe that there was no equivalent during the ... Read more

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