'Short story writing of the highest standard.' --The Metro
'Leeds is fast becoming the UK's most influential centre for short story writing, and much of this is due to the passionate championing of the genre by Comma Press.' --The Guardian
About the Author
Tony Harrison's poetry has won numerous awards including the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for The Loiners and The Whitbread Poetry Prize for The Gaze of the Gorgon (Bloodaxe). He has also written extensively for the National Theatre and his translation of Aeschylus' Oresteia won the 1982 European Poetry Translation Prize. Harrison's film-poems include V, Prometheus and a contemporary response to Auden's 'Night Mail'. Jeremy Dyson is an award-winning writer for television (The League of Gentlemen; Funland), novelist (What Happens Now, Abacus), and short story writer (Never Trust a Rabbit, Duck Editions). David Peace was one of Granta's Best Young British Novelists of 2003. He is the author of the Yorkshire-set Red Riding Quintet (Serpent's Tail) which culminated in the Miners' Strike thriller GB1984 (Faber). His latest novel, The Damned Utd, is published by Faber.