Yippie, some fiction news! I am super excited to say that my flash fiction Not Every Train has been accepted for publication in the Story Cities anthology. The anthology is a collaboration between Greenwich University and Arachne Press, here’s what the lovely publishers have to say about it:
Story Cities explore ways in which stories respond to, reflect and re-imagine the city. Explore new short fictions in multiple genres that address the city. A guide book to the fictional city, all cities, any city: its markets, squares, cafés, hotels, parks, stations and ports; the main streets, side streets, back alleys, dead ends and the crossroads. Never identified, the city has a voice of its own.Includes work from writers in Australia, Eire, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Portugal, USA, and right across the UK.
The book is due out on 13th June, and will cost £9.99 – for more information, check out the Arachne Press website.
I’m really grateful to the editors for selecting my little story. It’s all about one woman’s relationship with the trains in her city, and is relatable to anyone who’s had to commute underground or overground… Look forward to sharing it with you in the summer! Until then, happy reading!