Best British Short Stories 2018

I'm very pleased to announce that my story Cwtch, from I Will Surround You, is to be reprinted in this year's Best British Short Stories, edited by Nicholas Royle.

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I Will Discount You

My collection, I Will Surround You, from Undertow Publications is available now at Amazon at reduced price. For just £13.99 (down from £19.99) for the hardback and £6.99 (down from £11.99), you can get hold of fourteen stories wrapped up in soft or hard loveliness. The perfect Easter gift!

I Will Surround You: Table of Contents

Coming soon from Undertow Publications... I Will Surround You Stories by Conrad Williams Manners Trash Polka * The Closure f/8 The Jungle The Devil's Interval The Hag Stone Blizzard Crypt † The Offing The Fox Shaddertown Raptors Cwtch * Rain * Original to this collection † Originally entitled 'Wait'

I Will Surround You

My third collection of short stories, I Will Surround You, is to be released by Undertow Publications in October this year. The collection will include short stories published in recent years and will feature such award-shortlisted fiction as Rain, The Fox and Raptors. There will be two original stories especially written for the book: Cwtch …

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Best of Year 2016

It's a privilege to appear once on a year's best list, so to have two books on Crime Fiction Lover's top 5 books of 2016 is a real treat. Joel Sorrell isn't the easiest man in the world to get along with, and he leads his readers into pretty bleak territory, but Sonata of the Dead …

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Hell is Empty Teaser #2

A stiff breeze, riddled with winter, tore through the exposed bones of the building. There were other giants rising in concert with this one. London, irked by the knowledge that it was a global shortarse, had decided to tilt for the heavens. Across the way the Splinter was nearing completion. Nearly 800 metres of glass …

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Hell is Empty Teaser #1

I sipped my coffee while I flicked through the sheets, glimpsing ghosts. Nearly known names and addresses. Tip-of-the-tongue stuff. Slant-rhymes in a dissonant memory. Many of these people dead now. Many of these addresses turned to rubble or morphed into millions of tons of gleaming glass and steel. The misdemeanours on their criminal records, some …

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