Book Depository, which is also owned by Amazon, offers this with “free delivery worldwide.” Sounds a bit too good to be true, no? If you successfully order from a research station in the Antarctic or the heart of Amazonia, I’d love to hear about it.
To order from a local bookshop, quote publisher Willesden Herald, ISBN 9780999527764, which they can find in their Ingram catalogue and order for you.
If you want to avoid buying from Amazon, and don’t want to buy from Powells or Waterstones or order from your local bookshop, I have a small stash of copies, which you’re welcome to have at cost. If that appeals, contact me to by email to arrange.
I have a new gig, editing the Willesden Herald New Short Stories “Story of the Month”. The series kicked off with Con Chapman’s engrossing account of a relationship in trouble, “The Woman Who Listened to Britten”. Link: Story of the Month, June 2018.
I have just sent a newsletter to our 1762 subscribers, with the cover reveal, biographies, publication details etc for Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 10 and other news. Link to view online: Newsletter.
Many thanks to Stratos Fountoulis for the cover design and once again to Lane Ashfeldt, to Liars’ League for continuing support over the years, and to the much-missed Willesden Green Writers’ Group, who helped keep this competition going through hell & high water. And all writers everywhere, here’s to you!
See you at The Performance Space, Willesden Library Centre, 7:30 pm December 8th for the launch. Katy Darby will announce who will walk away with the priceless mug for 2016. Authors are flying in from far and wide. Actors will read a few short excerpts. Fun will be had.
Update: First prize went to Love and Hair by Olga Zilberbourg, a Russian writer based in San Francisco. Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 9 is now available from Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com & other online booksellers. For report, videos and more, please visit New Short Stories.
I’ll be there supporting this with Willesden Green Writers’ Group, on Friday at 8 pm, reading a bit of one of my stories that touches on immigration. It’s a self-contained part of “The End”, which is the first story in All Those Endearing Young Charms. (And yes – before you ask – the last story is called “The Beginning”).