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Judges announced for the world's richest short story prize

Sarah Churchwell, Carys Davies, Blake Morrison, Kit de Waal and Andrew Holgate to judge The Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award 2019, now in its tenth year.

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Interview with 2010 winner, C.K. Stead

C.K. Stead won the inaugural Sunday Times Short Story Award in 2010 for his story, Last Season’s Man. We caught up with him to discuss his work and the impact winning the award has had.

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Short Stories in South West England

We investigate the short story landscape in the south west.

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I Heart Short Stories

This year the Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award celebrates its tenth year as one of the world’s most significant prizes for short fiction.

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Interview with Frank Cottrell Boyce

Frank Cottrell Boyce is a judge for BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words children’s writing competition – entries close on 8 March. He has also written a new world book day book, The Great Rocket Robbery and a new standalone book out in May, Runaway Robot.

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Interview with 2015 Winner, Yiyun Li

Yiyun Li won The Sunday Times Short Story Award in 2015 for her magnificent story A Sheltered Woman. She has a new novel out, Where Reasons End, published by Hamish Hamilton, so we caught up with her to discuss it and her thoughts on short stories.

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4 Top Tips if You’ve Never Entered The Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award Before

The Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award 2019 is open for business for just seven more days. If you have never entered before we thought it would be helpful to share a few tips we’ve picked up over the last ten years.

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Interview with 2018 Winner, Courtney Zoffness

We catch up with 2018 Sunday Times Short Story Award winner Courtney Zoffness to discuss the impact the award has had on her and future writing plans.

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