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LONGLIST Fish Short Story Prize 2013/14

389 stories longlisted
(1,560 stories submitted in total)

V ACE (Albert Charles) BAKER
A Short Celebration of Death and Life Adam Connors
The Ultimate Ballast AE Gray
The Woman Who Was Not My Girlfriend Aengus Murray
HoWL Aengus Murray
Frogs; The City Aengus Murray
The Afterlife of Trees Agnieszka Dale
Oh, To Be Young Again Alan O’Gorman
Divine Power of Ccumbers in Tehran Albert Azarmi
Stalker Alena Abrosimova
The Thirteenth Painting Alex Heron
Seven Facts About Water Alex Ruczaj
There are women for everything Alice Ryan
The Smell of Rain Alison Earls
The Deception alison quigley
Inspiration Alun Evans
Snowstorm Amanda Kennedy
What We Hold in Our Hands Amanda Murphy
A clerical error Amanda Nicol
The Fading Light Amna Khokher
Redeemed Island Andrea Baldwin
Reckoning Andrea Stephenson
Motel Q Andrew Foster
A Cigarette Andrew Watson
Two’d up Ann Jolly
Bound for Damnation Anna BLack
Prone Anna Kalinski
Fantasy Husbands Annabel Abbs
Terse Brown Mouse Anne Calcagno
Real Gone Kid Anne Caughey
No Church in the Wild Anne Corlett
Race Anne Dixey
The Pacific Madrona Anne Elliott
Step Up To The Plate Anne O’Brien
Eventyr annie lindberg
Abaddon and Jemima Antonio Chavez
Horse latitudes Aongus Murtagh
The Scream Baret Magarian
Playing the Ghost Barnaby Walsh
The Nod Barry Troy
Peacock Feathers Bea Davenport
Forgiveness Beth Bosworth
A Sudden Fall Billy Fenton
Seein’ Red Bren Gosling
Horses In Field And The Like Brian Leeson
CROSS AND DOUBLE CROSS Bruce Graham
Ava’s Kernel Carly Anne West
The Quicken Tree Carol Farrelly
The Blessing of the Rods Carol Jones
Plein Sud Carol McKay
Blackthorns Caroline Finn
An Epistle from the Holding House Caroline Kinya Mbaya
Rendezvous Cafe Cary Hodgkinson
Zoe Cary Reynolds
Clear Reflection Cathriona Slammon
Things you don’t need to know Celia Coyne
BLIGHT Celine Gibson
Naked Cherie Charlie Hopkinson
All That Has Gone charlotte macneil
One Night at Dinner Cheryl Moss
Train in the Night Chris Franks
The Black Door Christina George
Dexter Bing christina Sanders
Safe Houses Christine Powell
Served Cold Claire Bolderson
Bonkers Clar Ni Chonghaile
What We Fought For Clare Fielder
A Social Construct Clare O’Dea
The Modern Way clare reddaway
The Good Friday Agreement Cliff Chen
Life In A Cage Colm McDermott
One Train May Conceal Another Cormac James
The Syntax of Lighthouse Keepers Daisy Johnson
The Teacher Dalton Bryant
The Beatin’ Path Damian Sebouhian
Malebolge Daniel Cooke
The Piece Titled “The Crooked Man” Danny Ward
Crow Hunting Daphne Kalmar
Taylor Keith David Butler
Crossing the Rubicon David Chasumba
Repatriation David Hardy
The Girl on the Bench David Nixon
The Attic Room David ODwyer
Stealing Apples David ODwyer
Stale Peaches David ODwyer
Taking the Blame David Wilkes
Fireflies Davyd Morris
Big Bones Dawn Nicholson
Homecoming Dearbhaile Houston
A Little Trouble with the Spirits Deborah Cameron
Chutney Debz Hobbs-Wyatt
Self Storage Demetrios Matheou
The Mining Engineer’s Wife Dennis Nau
Fallon’s Wood Donna Triggs
ONE SHOT duncan ross
The Tusk Earle McCartney
Lone Traveller Edith Anderson
SINGING TO FISH Eleanor O’Reilly
White Noise Eleanor Talbot
Peter the Shoemaker Elena Horas San Martin
St. Bride’s Elena Soto
The Ancestors Elena Soto
The Hands of the Savior Eli Hastings
Looking at the South Side of the Moon. Elisheva Stanton
Hear all evil, see all, speak none Elisheva Stanton
Peace in Mozambique Elizabeth Rider
The Nanny Enid Harlow
Loaves and Fishes Eoin Devereux
The Cheese Ladies Ericka Olsen Stefano
It Flowers Briefly Erin Ryan
Patrick Erskine Villiers
The Melancholy Man with the Muddy Boots Esther Freeman
Unusual Suspects Eugen Bacon
The Water Tribunal Eve Vamvas
Homing Ewan Gault
Chris Anderson fiona macleod
Xanthippe’s Western Road Fiona Ni Conchubhair
The Search fiona stevenson
The Book of Ashes Fleur Smithwick
THE SCOOP Frances Kenny
Last Chance (At the Amaryllis Hotel) Fulham Ryan
The King of Fries Garret Dwyer-Joyce
Grace Unclothed Gay Johnson
Relief gemma carroll
The Oguri Diet Geoff Smith
Pity The Poor Struggler george Pirie
Badger George Tuohy
A Paper Husband Georgina Eddison
On the Brink Geraldine Daly
Dawn Man Geraldine Terry
The Fruit Scone Gerry Hughes
Death of a blue-tit Gill Blow
The Catch Graeme Finnie
Sex Queen of Johwnstown Lane Graham Tugwell
Nothing Like Me Grainne Murphy
Frank & Alfie Grainne Murphy
Splitting The Win Greer Morpeth
Strawberries Gregory Jackson
The Juggler Gregory Jackson
Pirates Gregory Jackson
Bundle Harriet Kline
November Leaves Hayley Burrell
The Yellow Piece of Paper Heather Newby
A Dish Served Cold Helen Howard
The Quest Helen McGoldrick
Stoner Horatio Potter
Propaganda Hugh Fulham-McQuillan
Lost Souls I. Michael Gurin
Till Night Again Meets Day on Equal Terms Ian Craine
The Stroke Ian Prior
The Colour of Summer Isabel Turvey
What You Don’t See Is What You Get Itohan Ellis
Bad Habits Ivana Anastasovska
Clear out James Fogarty
The Fight James Hanes
Whenever I Close My Eyes James Heaney
Bondholders James Patterson
Becoming an American James Patterson
Colwill’s Coaches Jane Fraser
Dear John, I’ve fallen for a dog. Jane Harrington
HER MOTHER’S DAUGHTER JANE HAYWARD
Minding Other People’s Business Jane Schorah
REASON AND FEELING Janey Huber
Twisp Janice McCachen
Monkey Boy Janine Mikosza
Sundays at Dante’s Jared Lollar
Necronaut Jason Batt
EVER AFTER Jean Blasiar
The Management of Difficult Women –
A Genealogical Study
Jenny Hetherington
Can’t say no to a dying man Jenny Toune
Armour Jessica Traynor
Aliens Jim Thomev
Buttons Jo Barril
War Jo Ely
The Night Picnic Joanna Campbell
The Rain and the Roses Joe Mc Kiernan
Moving Images Joe Mc Kiernan
Like Robert De Niro John Gray
Fran’s Return John Langan
Theresa’s Special Night John Rutter
Journeys Jose Ho
Little Favours Julia Rampen
In the Name of the Father Juliana Feaver
NOTES FOR THE ILLUSTRATOR OF
THE GRAPHIC NOVEL, ROMEO AND JULIET
Julie Chevalier
An Alsatian on Roller Skates Julie Chilver
Killing Him Softly Julie Kearney
Lake Pontchartrain k Lockwood Jefford
Small Beach Perspective Kat Dawes
Soho Kate Forlong
Land of the Coconut Kate Forlong
DIFFERENCE Kathleen Kertin
AN UNLIKELY BEGGAR Kathleen Kertin
LAUGHING JACK Kathleen Kertin
THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE Kathleen Kertin
Shopping Trip Kathryn Burke
Under Eden Kathryn Johns
Marked Out Kathy O’Donnell
A Eulogy for Robert Taylor Keith Lewis
Playoffs Kelly Creighton
Fortune’s Daughter Kelly Fordon
Tent Kelly McCaughrain
Master Class Kerrie Salaun
The Shoe Shine Boys Kerry Barner
Watch Face Kevin Smith
In This Sign Kieran McGuire
Defending Eris Kim Kolarich
Goddess kira messell
Sarabande Kit Coldstream
The Wait Kyle Martin Jones
Mother Makeover Laura Rock
The Transcripts of Venus Laura Solomon
The Guttersnipe Laura Windley
Rabnatt and the Lost Art of Communication Lindsay Waller-Wilkinson
Heat Lindsay Waller-Wilkinson
Twitcher Lindsay Waller-Wilkinson
Snowing Leaves Lisa de Jong
Liquid Laughter Lisa Harding
The Visitor Lisa Harding
Something about Simon Lisa Harding
Legacy Lori Vos
COMING OUT Louise Marburg
Flatrock 1979 Lukas Jackson
Pulp Luke Melia
Bird Brains Maggie Ling
One Slip Maggie Ling
The Office Maggie Veness
Starfish Mairin Stronge
Toss the Feathers at
Joe MacNaughton’s Wake
Mandy de Waal
Billy Boys Mandy McAleese
Arrival Manuel Carreon
Gameshow Marc Jones
Not You Margaret Ferguson
Mother Told Me Maria Thomas
Estrangement Marianne O’Rourke
The Feathered Man Marie Alvarado
Aqua Vitae Marie Gethins
Hunting Marjorie K. Kennedy
La Morena Mark Scott
Twisted Woven Mark Smith
Butcher’s Creek Mark Smith
Com Marked
Sennen Cove Martin Brett
The Frog – a parable Martin Day
The Viewing Martin Dodd
Positano Martina Ryan
How Green Was Your Traffic Light Matt Benville
Over the Wall maura o’brien
The Amber Bird Maureen Cashman
The Hireling Maureen Gallagher
Wise Women Maureen Kermode
Ninety-Nine Songs Melanie Schwapp
II Cycles: Faerytale Melanie Steynberg
GUNS AND ROSES melanie whipman
The Consultation Melanie White
Let there be no no Michael Bird
Gomorrah Shade Michael Crossan
A Vocation Michael Cumiskey
Some Go Dancing Michael Davis
Patriot in Their Midst Michael Dwyer
Only Three Billion Dreams Michael Forester
Painting Michael Lawlor
Boy at the Window Michael Romyn
Hooked by a Hoarding Michael Weatherilt
Tess Michael Wilson
IDYLL Michelle Scorziello
The Lock-Down Mike Carter
The End of Soap Mike Wendling
The Dance Mimi Whittaker
SISTERS-IN-LAW Miriam Hurley
The Blue Rectangle Monika Pant
The Lesson Morgan Davies
Heathens Morowa Yejide
Another World Mzana Mthimkhulu
Last Christmas In Barrie Natalya Anderson
Hero to zero Ned Bright
A Good Beating neil cubley
The Glasshouse Neil Hegarty
Under Niamh Donnelly
The Great Turkey Shoot-out nichole beauchamp
Song DC Nick Fonos
Paper Boats Nike Sulway
Coming Home Nikita Eaton-Lusignan
4AM Nikki Mottram
Last Offices nina milton
The Tomb of the Tomb Builders nina milton
Eggs nollaig rowan
The Backpacker Oana Aristide
Venom Oana Aristide
The Opposite Of Omniscience Owain Paciuszko
The Universe Hums in B-Flat Paddy Scott
Horses Pat O’Connor
The Museum of Future Art Pat O’Connor
Tulips Pat O’Connor
Boxes Pat O’Connor
Cat Pat O’Connor
The days, they punish you Patrick Gleeson
Now more than ever patrick wakeling
The Canon’s Yeoman’s Second Tale Paul Freeman
The Thin Line pauline rooney
If I’ve Got the Balls Peter Hill
Golf On The Brain Peter Kettle
Golf On The Brain Peter Kettle
The Island Peter Rodgers
Honda 50 Phil Byrne
The Magic of Migration Polly Price
The Good Wife Rachael Charmley
Her Last Show Rebecca F John
The Lizard King Rebecca Graham
Into Invisible Rhonda Collis
Moonlight Ric Carter
Back Catalogue Richard Barnett
How To Make The Perfect Roll-Up Richard Knight
His Own Little Victory Richard Raymond
God’s Speed Rob Davies
What do you really think of me? Rob Ganley
Her name is Erica Rob Perry
Man Surrounded Robert Arnott
Amen Robert Mundy
Trig point Roisin Collins
Taking the Backseat Romi Jones
fridays like christmas ronald callander
The Dream Dispatcher Ronnie Greig
Ten Fags Gone Rory Duffy
Young Robins Don’t have Red Breasts Rory Duffy
Silent Giving rosemary jenkinson
Better Left Unsaid Ruby Speechley
Grounded Ruth Connelly
An Uncertain State. Ruth Geldard
The Date Mate Ruth Hayhurst
The Canary Ruth Rawcliffe
The Banana & Watermelon Heist Ryan Parker
Meeting on the Beach S D West
The Life of a House Sam Sudar
Jackpot Samuel Wright
Winterreise Sara Baker
The Arrow of Time Sara Baker
Making Moussaka Sara Roberts
The Mimi Spirits Sarah Mann
The Crane Sarah Quigley
A Few Innocuous Lines Sarah Sleeper
The Red Horse Saskia Ashby
Highly Effective People scott winokur
Underground for the End of the World Seth Insua
Hera’s Echo Seth Insua
The Dead Animals Register Seth Insua
Little Andy’s Cry Seth Insua
Proclamations Shannon Sweetnam
The Constant Winner Sharon Boyle
The Words Simon Cornish
Blood in The Lime Siobhan Collins
Hammered Glass Siobhan Harte
Mamaiji Sohrab Fracis
One Hour, Three Times a Week Sonal Aggarwal
The Smell of People Sleeping Sophie Hampton
Grail/Grope Stephen Policoff
The True Source of the Great Chicago Fire
by Seamus McManus
Steve Wiley
Dilation Stuart Bush-Harris
Heidi Sue Cannon
Dandelion Seeds Sue Cosgrave
Across The Rio Negro Sue Cosgrave
Killing Time Sue Cosgrave
Uncle Isaac’s Theory of
Time and Momentum
Sue Guiney
Somewhere Nice to Stay Sue Harrop
The Storm Susan Daniels
Fight Like Susan McCreery
Are We in a Foreign Land? Susan McKeown
Stew and Dumplings Susan Shepherd
The peace with Daniel Susanne Stich
The Summer King Susie Murray
The Blue Bottle Tania Dain
The Visitors. Thomas Reilly
The Visitors. Thomas Reilly
A Love Of Art Toby Roebuck
They Live on Nectar Tom Bryan
Caught Tom Welsh
Pride Toni Houston
As the world (re)turns Tracey Iceton
Every Advantage of a Beating Heart Tracy Maylath
Penny for your Thoughts Tricia Holbrook
Birth Plan Uschi Gatward
The Bird Uschi Gatward
Dogs, Ducks and Drakes Val Jones
The Sensitive Plant Vanessa Furse Jackson
The Walking Wounded Veronica Bright
The Carpenter, the Climber
and the Refuse Collector
Victoria Heath
Helston Born William Arnall-Culliford
The Trade wolfgang eulitz
The Motorbike wolfgang eulitz
The Car Salesman wolfgang eulitz

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