By Carys Davies, Mar 6 2015 5:09PM
A review by Angharad Penrhyn Jones in the spring 2015 issue here
By Carys Davies, Mar 6 2015 5:00PM
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By Carys Davies, Mar 6 2015 4:48PM
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By Carys Davies, Mar 6 2015 12:59PM
A new short story Mr Philip will be out later this month from Seren in their anthology New Welsh Short Stories, edited by Francesca Rhydderch and Penny Thomas. Other writers include Stevie Davies, Trezza Azzopardi, Joe Dunthorne, Owen Sheers, Cynan Jones, Deborah Kay Davies and Rachel Trezise.
By Carys Davies, Dec 17 2014 5:27PM
I am delighted to be joining David Constantine for an evening of readings and talk at The Woodstock Bookshop on Monday, February 2nd at 7pm. David is a poet, translator and fellow of Queen's College Oxford: his short fiction collection Tea at the Midland won the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award and the title story won the BBC National Short Story Award.
For more information and to book tickets, please visit the bookshop website here.
By Carys Davies, Dec 17 2014 5:08PM
My short piece on being drawn to remote and lonely places is up here on the Salt Publishing blog
By Carys Davies, Nov 13 2014 6:41PM
I will be signing copies of The Redemption of Galen Pike and chatting about the book at the Corn Market branch of Waterstones in Lancaster on Saturday December 13th between 1 and 3pm
By Carys Davies, Nov 3 2014 2:21PM
Many thanks to the Dukes Gallery in Lancaster and Daunt's Book Shop in Holland Park for hosting launch parties for The Redemption of Galen Pike last week. Special thanks to Yheti for entertaining us in Lancaster and to Rob Gore-Langton for introducing in Holland Park, and to Sunil Suri for taking the photos
By Carys Davies, Sep 2 2014 3:29PM
Salt's Chris Hamilton-Emery has been putting the finishing touches to the cover of my new short story collection, out next month
By Carys Davies, Jul 11 2014 9:43AM
My short story On Commercial Hill will be performed at the Arts Club, 40 Dover Street, Mayfair, London on Monday July 14th 6–9 p.m. by WordTheatre.
Also on the programme: stories by Rose Tremain, David Almond, Aimee Bender and Carys Bray. Tickets £20/£40. Click here for more information about WordTheatre
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