English and the Indian Short Story

Author: Mohan Ramanan,Pingali Sailaja

Publisher: Orient Blackswan

ISBN: 9788125016601

Category: Indic fiction (English)

Page: 155

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The essays in this volume seek to explore the genre of the short story in India and its relationship with English language and literature. Various aspects of the question are taken up the impact of colonialism; the way English has shaped (or not) short story writing; why, how and in what contexts English words are used, feminist perspectives in the writings of women; the Indian diaspora; the teaching of the short story to Indian students and so on.

Novel & Short Story Writer's Market 2017

Author: Rachel Randall

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440347891

Category: Reference

Page: 508

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The best resource for getting your fiction published! Novel & Short Story Writer's Market 2017 is the only resource you need to get your short stories, novellas, and novels published. As with past editions, Novel & Short Story Writer's Market offers hundreds of listings for book publishers, literary agents, fiction publications, contests, and more. Each listing includes contact information, submission guidelines, and other essential tips. Novel & Short Story Writer's Market also includes valuable advice to elevate your fiction: • Discover creative ways to conquer writer's block. • Wield exposition and summary effectively in your story. • Amplify your author brand with 8 simple ingredients. • Gain insight from best-selling and award-winning authors, including Garth Stein, Patrick Rothfuss, and more. You also receive a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com's searchable online database of fiction publishers, as well as a free digital download of Writer's Yearbook, featuring the 100 Best Markets: WritersDigest.com/WritersDigest-Yearbook-16. Includes exclusive access to the webinar "Create Edge-of-Your-Seat Suspense" by Jane K. Cleland.

Modern American Short Story Sequences

Author: Maxwell F. Kennedy

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521430100

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 221

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Originally published in 1995, this book explores American short story sequences as a twentieth-century genre.

The Cambridge History of the English Short Story

Author: Dominic Head

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1316739147

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: N.A

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The Cambridge History of the English Short Story is the first comprehensive volume to capture the literary history of the English short story. Charting the origins and generic evolution of the English short story to the present day, and written by international experts in the field, this book covers numerous transnational and historical connections between writers, modes and forms of transmission. Suitable for English literature students and scholars of the English short story generally, it will become a standard work of reference in its field.

Short Story Press Presents A Serious Matter

Author: Short Story Press,Virlanda Miller

Publisher: Short Story Press

ISBN: 1648913695

Category: Fiction

Page: 33

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Short Story Press Presents A Serious Matter by Virlanda Miller When wronged, is it better to seek revenge or to forgive? A Serious Matter describes the efforts of two long-lost childhood friends, Jeannie and Violet, to come to terms with their hatred of a mutual, unnamed enemy. • Jeannie already has a restraining order against the man, her estranged husband who previously tried to kill her. • The same man also killed Violet’s fiancé in a drunk-driving accident on Violet’s wedding day and feels no remorse. Jeannie learns about the accident and reaches out to Violet at the funeral, rekindling their friendship. • When Jeannie and Violet learn the man is being released from jail after serving only a few months of his jail sentence, they decide justice has not been served and they have to create a plan of vigilante revenge. • When their murder-for-hire plan does not execute in the way they had envisioned, their lives are changed forever. Short Story Press publishes short stories written by everyday writers.

The BBC National Short Story Award 2019

Author: Lucy Caldwell,Lynda Clark,Jacqueline Crooks,Tamsin Grey,Jo Lloyd

Publisher: Comma Press

ISBN: 1912697238

Category: Fiction

Page: 112

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A young boy takes delight in his mother’s ability to shapeshift from one animal to another, only realising how odd she is when it comes to parents’ evening . . . The values of a small farming village are challenged by talk of a well-heeled community living on the other side of the lake that only one person can see . . . A writer researching the life of a 19th century child custody reformer discovers all too many parallels between that century and ours . . . The stories shortlisted for the 2019 BBC National Short Story Award with Cambridge University variously explore the sanctity of the home and family, and the instinct to defend what’s closest to us. Against a backdrop of danger or division, characters sometimes struggle – like the 15-year-old charged with looking after her siblings whilst her mother works through the night – and sometimes succumb – like the young woman who allows herself to be manipulated by an older, richer man. But in each case, these stories demonstrate what Nikki Bedi argues in her introduction: short stories are not a warm-up act, they’re the main event.