Speaking of Stories

Speaking of Stories… I recently received a mail from a friend who asked me what the easiest way was to read my stories on line. The interest is flattering and I’m happy to list the following sites where a couple of pieces of my work have been published, following a win/placement:

Ha-Ha – A blackly comic story, with a twist. A runner up in the Limnisa/Bluethumbnail Competition: http://www.bluethumbnail.com/Author/ha-ha.html

The Last of the Shower – A quirky and nostalgic punk looks to wake his dead bandmate: HISSAC Highlands and Islands Short Story Association Competition has ‘The Last of the Shower” on their site (which won the2011 Award). http://www.hissac.co.uk/2011_stories.html#first

The Pretender – A tale with a twist and intrigue, which was ‘highly commended’ in the Twisted Stringybark competition. ‘The Pretender’ can be downloaded as part of an anthology: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/162482

Many more of my stories are published in anthologies or literary magazines, so you’d have to order. But if any of you would like to have a look at the above, I’d be delighted! Thanks for the interest, guys!

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About suehealy

Literary Manager at the Finborough Theatre and associate lecturer in playwriting at the universities of Lincoln and Portsmouth, Irish playwright Sue Healy’s Imaginationship premieres at the Finborough Theatre in January 2018. Cow (2017) showed at the Etcetera Theatre and Brazen (2016) ran at the King’s Head, funded by Arts Council England. Her work has been performed at the Criterion, Hackney Attic, Claremorris Festival (New Writing Award winner), Brighton Festival (the Sussex Playwrights’ Award Winner) and Sterts Theatre and has been developed by the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Her nine radio-plays have broadcast on BBC Radio 4 (Opening Lines winner), WLRfm and KCLR96fm. She has won prizes for her prose including the Molly Keane and HISSAC Awards and the Escalator Prize. A UEA Creative Writing MA alumna, Sue spent eleven years in Budapest editing Hungary A.M. She is completing a Ph.D. in Theatre history. Sue also tutors Creative Writing at CityLit. View all posts by suehealy

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