'A Quick Fiasco' in Fugue, Issue 48

Hello!

My story, 'A Quick Fiasco', has been published in Issue 48 of Fugue, the literary journal of the University of Idaho. It's part of my PhD manuscript and it's been a long time in the works, so if you read it, I hope you like it! It's got high drama and lots of swearing and I'm told it's pretty funny... It's the last story in the issue, p.85, and you can read it online for zero pounds.

I also have three shorter pieces in the latest issue of Sou'wester, which comes out of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and is ace: this journal isn't online but you can buy it from the website for $5 if you're so inclined. The stories are called 'Land Grab', 'Scrap' and 'Consent': 'Scrap' as shortlisted for the Bridport Prize in 2014, and 'Consent' in 2013, so it's great to see them in print.

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