Daring, intense and poignant, Looking Out of Broken Windows maps an emotional and narrative terrain simultaneously expansive and intimate. Dan Powell's stories have been awarded The Yeovil Prize for Fiction and the 2013 Carve Esoteric Award, and were shortlisted for both the Salt Short Story Award and The Winchester Writers Conference Short Story Prize.
Dan Powell is an award winning writer of short-fiction. His stories have been published in anthologies and in print and online literary journals. He works as a teacher and homedad.
His debut collection of short fiction, Looking Out of Broken Windows, was shortlisted for the 2013 Scott Prize and was published by Salt in March 2014.
In January 2013 he received a Carve Esoteric Award for his short story 'Storm in a Teacup', while 'Half-mown Lawn' won the Yeovil Prize and was included in Salt Publishing's The Best British Short Stories 2012.
He can be found online at danpowellfiction.com and on Twitter as @danpowfiction.