MSt tutor Tina Pepler’s black comedy about aid workers, “Syria: Bread and Bombs”, which aired from 24th to 28th November, 2014 is now available online.
The winner, decided by judges Melanie Pappenheim, Tom De Freston, John Carey, Rhidian Brook and Philip Gross will be announced at Medicine Unboxed: Frontiers conference on Sunday 23 November.
MSt tutor Wendy Brandmark’s new novel The Stray American, will be launched in London on Saturday 13 December at 7.30pm
Venue: October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AL.
Cost: Free, but book your places with firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Stray American is set in 2003, and tells the story of Larry Greenberg escapes from his corporate law job in Boston to teach in a seedy American college near London’s Waterloo Station. We follow Larry, a flawed but engaging character, on his journey in search of a soul mate and a sense of purpose.”
MST Tutor Alice Jolly won the 2014 VS Pritchett prize for her short story “Ray the Rottweiler”. The prize is awarded by the Royal Society of Literature for the best unpublished story of the year. This year’s judges were Dame Margaret Drabble, Tibor Fischer and Helen Oyeyemi.
The story will also be published in Prospect online and the RSL Review.
More at http://rslit.org/v-s-pritchett