With just a couple of weeks to go before the 2012 Bristol Short Story Prize is launched, we have news of a fantastic offer. The Kindle ebook version of our latest anthology, Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 4 is available for just £0.86p from amazon.co.uk and $1.33 from amazon.com until the end of November 2011– a great opportunity to enjoy 20 brilliant short stories.
A Kindle ebook can be downloaded to most PCs, smartphones, tablets and other devices as well as a Kindle ereader.
Some reviews of stories featured in the anthology:
“This is an extraordinary tale” Robaroundbooks.com on Emily Bullock’s winning story, ‘My Girl’
“Hard hitting stuff” meandmyshortstories on ‘My Girl’
“My Girl is an evocative story, beautifully written and with an internal rhythm that matches its setting, the boxing ring. This winning story “floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee”, as Muhammed Ali famously said. On each read, this story – as great stories do – gives up more of itself, taking you deeper into the tragedy and hope of the mother-daughter relationship. Stunning.” Tania Hershman, highly commended in the 2009 Orange Prize for Fiction for her debut collection of short stories The White Road and Other Stories
“…a worthy place in this book of highlights. Great final couple of paragraphs that really make the whole thing work.” meandmyshortstories on Niven Govinden’s ‘Marseille Tip’