It’s not every day the novelist and SALT Publishing editor Nicholas Royle tweets that he’s enjoyed your story, even better when he sends a message later that day to say he’d like to include it in this year’s SALT anthology, Best British Short Stories 2018! That was some months ago, and yesterday this beautiful volume arrived. Continue reading “‘Waiting For The Runners’ in Best British Short Stories 2018”
Earlier this month I was very pleased to have a story published at the Mechanics’ Institute Review’s online home, MIROnline. I started out intending it to be a funny story, but evidently I have deep-seated feelings about children’s parties, and it rapidly turned dark! You can read Piñata here. Continue reading “Piñata – Short Fiction by Chloe Turner”
So long since I wrote on this, I think a few moths flew out when I opened the page! Moved house and life took over, sorry.
Happy New Year. I hope 2018 has started happily and constructively for you. I’m doing ‘Dry Fortnight’ (I’m a realist), so mine has been marked by persistent grumpiness and a nagging craving for Waitrose’s Spanish Red. Continue reading “Starting out: tips for new writing friends”