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All about the 2017 international short story competition

We’re delighted to announce that the judge for the International Willesden Herald 2017 New Short Stories competition will be none other than...

Sunday, March 01, 2009

Let's get bookfaced

If you can put up with Facebook's on again, off again privacy two-step gavotte (after all they can only promulgate whatever baloney you feed them!) please sign up for some divarsion and high jinks at one of these:
* Monday 9 March | Pulp Net | Short Story Café | 7.30pm

Rana Dasgupta will be at the Pulp Net Short Story Café, to announce the winner of the Willesden Herald Short Story Prize. And to give a reading.

Rana’s first book, Tokyo Cancelled, a thirteen-part story cycle, was published in 2005 and translated into nine languages. His novel, Solo, from which he will be reading later in the eveining, is out in March.

"A novel of exceptional, astonishing strangeness, 'Solo' confirms Rana Dasgupta as the most unexpected and original Indian writer of his generation." Salman Rushdie

Source/More: Pulp Net

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