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Unsung Live #2: 20th October, RSVPs open
« on: September 11, 2015, 05:12:37 PM »
After the success of Unsung Live #1, we are happy to announce our second evening of storytelling for fans of science fiction, fantasy, horror and all the bits in-between.

The lineup this time includes:

  • David Hartley - David is a writer of strange stories, his fiction having appeared in numerous places including Structo, Dark Fiction, The Alarmist and two Boo Books anthologies; After the Fall (2014) and We Can Improve You (2015). He has two collections of flash fiction, Threshold (Gumbo Press, 2015) and Merry Gentlemen.
    @DHartleyWriter
  • Cassandra Khaw - Cassandra Khaw is Ysbryd Games' business cat and an Ars Technica UK contributor. Her short fiction can be found at Unsung Shorts, Terraform, Shimmer, The Dark, and a variety of other places. She has a novella coming up with Abaddon Books sometime Soon. 
    @casskhaw
  • Robert Sharp - Robert Sharp is Head of Campaigns & Communications at English PEN, and author of the Shirley Jackson Award-nominated novella The Good Shabti.
    @robertsharp59
  • + more TBC

The event is FREE and all are welcome, but space is limited so make sure you RSVP at our Meetup group.

And if you just can't wait until then to scratch that short story itch, sign up for Unsung Shorts and get an original short story delivered to your inbox once a fortnight.

www.unsungstories.co.uk/shorts

Here’s what people said about our previous event:

  • Loved #Unsunglive last night, excellent and intriguing stories.
    @natashabrown54
  • Some fantastic storytelling at @UnsungTweetsfirst live event – make sure to get yourself to the next #UnsungLive
    @jen_wade
  • Had a great evening at the @UnsungTweets short story event! It's so nice to hear such fantastic stories read aloud. #unsunglive
    @always_bookish
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