Organisers of the Edge Hill Short Story Prize have revealed an exciting and eclectic long-list for this year’s award.
Edge Hill alumna and Associate Lecturer Carys Bray, who was this week announced as one of four authors shortlisted for the prestigious Costa 2014 First Novel Award with A Song For Issy Bradley, will return to the University to give a reading from the novel on 15 December.
John Burnside has been announced as the winner of the Edge Hill Short Story Prize 2014 with his collection Something Like Happy (Jonathan Cape).
Writers published by small presses dominate the shortlist for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize, which has been announced today (Friday 16 May).
Edge Hill lecturer and short story expert, Dr Ailsa Cox, has presented at a prestigious international conference on the life and work of Canadian author, Alice Munro.
Creative Writing graduate AW Wilde opens ‘A Large Can of Whoopass’.
A total of 44 entries were received this year for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize with a notable number of small press and independent publishers submitting work this year.
The search is on to find a winning author for the prestigious 2014 Edge Hill Prize for the Short Story.
Alice Munro’s Nobel Prize award for literature is a much-awaited triumph for the short story, according to a leading expert at Edge Hill University.
Literary star and Edge Hill University alumnus Carys Bray has struck a six-figure deal for her début novel about a tragedy-stricken Mormon family.