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A Short Affair
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A Short Affair (Paperback)

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'A dazzling anthology uniting the written word with the visual' STEPHEN FRY



INCLUDES NEW STORIES BY RUSSELL TOVEY AND BOOKER PRIZE NOMINEE SOPHIE WARD, AND ARTWORK BY TRACEY EMIN, EXCLUSIVE TO THIS EDITION



This vibrant collection brings together twenty original short stories by giants of the form alongside exciting new voices, including two new stories by Russell Tovey and Sophie Ward. Simon Oldfield, curator and editor, combines the best in contemporary short fiction with remarkable illustrations by Tracey Emin and other artists from the Royal Academy of Arts.



Illuminating, beautiful, haunting and always interesting, A Short Affair brings you the very best in short story writing.



Writers include: Russell Tovey, Elizabeth Day, Bethan Roberts, Nikesh Shukla, Claire Fuller, Ben Okri, Anne O'Brien, A. L. Kennedy, Anna Stewart, Craig Burnett, Douglas W. Milliken, Will Self, Jarred McGinnis, Barney Walsh, Rebecca F. John, Joanna Campbell, Emily Bullock, Cherise Saywell, Lionel Shriver and Sophie Ward



Artists include: Tracey Emin, Kay Harwood, Gabriella Boyd, Jonathan Trayte, Luey Graves, Marco Palmieri, John Robertson, Coco Crampton, Fani Parali, Murray O'Grady, Pio Abad, Eddie Peake, Declan Jenkins, Mary Ramsden, Carla Busuttil, Jessy Jetpacks, Nick Goss, Tim Ellis, Adam Shield and Humphrey Ocean



'Pin Drop is a wonderful and rare conception. It provides us with a special opportunity to celebrate the short story on its own unique terms. The perfect antidote to the soundbite culture' WILLIAM BOYD

Fiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945Fiction & PoetryShort stories Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd Publication Date: 17/09/2020 ISBN-13: 9781471147333  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Simon Oldfield is Artistic Director and Co-founder of Pin Drop, the short fiction and arts studio that presents world-renowned authors, artists, actors and thinkers at iconic institutions across the globe. Simon brings extraordinary people together to collaborate on a critically acclaimed arts programme, including Pin Drop's literature programme at the Royal Academy of Arts.

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