“The Spiders of Stockholm” & The Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award

Some very exciting news which I can finally share – I’m thrilled and delighted to announce that my story “The Spiders of Stockholm” from the anthology Irregularity (Jurassic, 2014) has been longlisted for The Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award!

The 19 longlisted writers and their stories are:

The Indian Uprising by Ann Beattie
The Collected Tricks of Houdini by Rotimi Babatunde
The Ways by Colin Barrett
Fat White Cop with Ginger Eyebrows by Louise Doughty
Qualities of the Modern Farmer by Emily Franklin
The Pier Falls by Mark Haddon
The Glove Maker’s Numbers by Rebecca F. John
A Sheltered Woman by Yiyun Li
Hungry by Elizabeth McCracken
False River by Paula Morris
Interstellar Space by Scott O’Connor
Jules Verne Seeks Dreamers for Long-Distance Travel in Time by Mary O’Donoghue
The Referees by Joseph O’Neill
Lucky by Julianne Pachico
After the War, Before the War by David Peace
Holiday by Mona Simpson
Still Water, BC by Erin Soros
The Spiders of Stockholm by E. J. Swift
The Wedding Cake by Madeleine Thien

The shortlist will be announced on Sunday 1 March. You can find out more about the award and read the stories online here.

“The Spiders of Stockholm” was published in Irregularity, an anthology which explores the tension between order and chaos in the Age of Enlightenment. If you like the sound of “The Spiders of Stockholm”, please do consider checking out this wonderful anthology, and of course, the rest of Jurassic’s titles. Jurassic have a history of supporting new and emerging writers, and producing really beautiful books, inside and out.

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