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A Box of Stars Beneath the Bed: 2016 National Flash-Fiction Day Anthology Paperback – 15 Jun 2016
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About the Author
Nuala Ni Chonchuir is an Irish short fiction writer and poet, born Dublin 1970. Her short fiction collections The Wind Across the Grass (2004) and To the World of Men, Welcome (2005) were published by Arlen House. Her poetry collections Tattoo: Tatu (2007) and Molly's Daughter (2003) appeared from the same publisher. She has won many literary prizes, including RTe Radio's Francis MacManus Award and the Cecil Day-Lewis Award. Nuala lives in Galway with her partner and children.
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20 March 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
A great selection of short stories, some really short, others a good bit longer. There is something for everyone in here. My personal favourite has to be Pigeon English by David Crook, a laugh-out-loud experience. Well worth a read!