Monday, 14 November 2011


I know Plymouth is miles from anywhere, but I’m working hard to render it a literary outpost, a bastion of fine fiction here in the South West. Heck, we even have an international book festival here next year. A smaller but no less significant event occurs on December 1st if you happen to be in town or passing. 

Short FICTION 5 will be launched at 7pm in Lecture Theatre 1 of Roland Levinsky. Our latest issue is our most visual yet, featuring a graphic novel by Tony Barnstone and Dorothy Tunnell as well as the fully-illustrated, first two sections of Joe Wenderoth's Agony. This year's launch includes a reading from Carol Mavor. A free wine reception will follow. 

What more do you want?

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