Best British Short Stories

by Nicholas Royle

Part of the Best British Short Stories Series

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Best British Short Stories Synopsis

The nation's favourite annual guide to the short story, now in its seventh year. Best British Short Stories invites you to judge a book by its cover - or more accurately, by its title.

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ISBN: 9781784631123
Publication date: 15th June 2017
Author: Nicholas Royle
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Format: Paperback
Pagination: 224 pages
Primary Genre Modern and Contemporary Fiction
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About Nicholas Royle

Nicholas Royle is the author of more than 100 short stories, two novellas and six novels. His short story collection, Mortality (Serpent’s Tail), was shortlisted for the inaugural Edge Hill Prize. He has edited fifteen anthologies of short stories, including A Book of Two Halves (Gollancz), The Time Out Book of Paris Short Stories (Penguin), ’68: New Stories by Children of the Revolution (Salt) and Murmurations: An Anthology of Uncanny Stories About Birds (Two Ravens Press). A senior lecturer in creative writing at the Manchester Writing School at MMU, he reviews fiction for the Independent and the Warwick Review. ...

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