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Morphologies: Short Story Writers on Short Story Writers CANCELLED

Wednesday 26 March 2014

1 Hour


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What makes for a good short story? Being short, you might think the story’s structure would yield an answer to this question more readily than, say, the novel. But for as long as the short story has been around, arguments have raged as to what it should and shouldn’t be made up of, what it should and should not do.

Join award-winning authors David Constantine, Brian Aldiss and Stuart Evers as they analyse the works of DH Lawrence, Thomas Hardy and Sherwood Anderson, and discuss their contributions to Morphologies, a new collection of essays by leading contemporary short story writers on past masters of the form. The event will be chaired by the book’s editor and founder of Comma Press, Ra Page