Category Archives: prose
Soutar writer Di Chorley has won this year’s Soutar Writing Prize with her entry ‘Tea at the Ritz’. The full list of winners announced at the Writers’ Day on 25th August 2012 is: 1st Prize Tea at the Ritz Diane … Continue reading
The story, “But She Looked Above and Nothing was There” by Wendy Jane Muzlanova, appears in the Terror Scribes anthology, being launched in April 2012. The anthology was edited by Adam Lowe and Chris Kelso and published by Dog Horn. “Terror … Continue reading
http://soundcloud.com/dog-horn-publishing/dogcast-9 Oh joy of JOYS! Number 9 is off the rack; sweating, pulsing, vibrating . . . yes, it is HERE! Featuring Chris Kelso, Wendy Jane Muzlanova, Jed Belly, Mark Todd and Dave Migman . . . SO GET LISTENING!
Giles Conisbee writes to invite contributions from his fellow writers: I’m keen to record Soutar House writers reading their own original material, for broadcast on Heartlandfm. (Heartlandfm has just taken over the licence for Perth Fm, as well as broadcasting … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kenneth Stephen who has won a Scottish Book Trust New Writer Award for 2010-11. Here’s a link to a Herald article profiling Kenneth and his co-winners.
The 2012 Soutar Prize was launched on 17th March at the North Inch Community Campus. This year’s competition is short-story based, max. 2,000 words, in English or Scots, and will be judged by Billy Kay. Prizes include an Arvon Writing … Continue reading
Soutar writer Paul Philippou and photographer Roben Antoniewicz have combined to launch a new book which takes the reader on a historical and geographical tour of Perth streets. 350 miles of pavement pounding, extensive local library research and composed shutter-clicking … Continue reading
http://www.doghornpublishing.com/dogcast_central/dogcast_central.html As it says on the Dog Horn Publishing site, “LISTEN UP! Welcome to the new broadcasting arm of Dog Horn Publishing: Dogcast Central. The new channel for dogged readers of dog-eared books, full of spunk and junk and plenty … Continue reading
Maurice Gartshore’s short Mother Icarus has been shorted in the Scott Prize run by Salt Publishing. He’s the only Scot left in the Scott, so congratulations and good luck in the final leg!
Wendy’s story Dodgy Pen Pals Dot Com appears on Dogcast 3 and is read by Muzzle herself.