LONGLIST Fish Short Story Prize 2012/13

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

Turritopsis Nutricula Aengus Murray
Tipping Point Akiho Schilz
A Man of Wealth and Taste Alan Harrison
Go Wild in the Country Alan McCormick
The Page Three Girls Alan McMonagle
No Need for Flowers Alan Wood
Taken Alan Wood
DOCTOR GOD Albert Wachtel
Subterfuge Alexander Hall
Stella Forsaken Alexandra O’Toole
The Snake Andrew Fitzpatrick
Dreamland Andrew McMahon
Good Rubbish Andy Kissane
With a smile and a wink Angela Blackburn
Terry Taliban Annette Sills
Parallel Lives Anthony Howcroft
Grandmother’s Eyes anthony powers
Do you mind? Antoinette McCarthy
She is Silence Aongus Murtagh
Bags Groove, Take 2 aruna vasudevan
L’Ortolan Barbara Mogerley
A Good Job Barbara Tarrant
Knife Edge Barbara Wren
Linda (A Fairy Tale of Sorts) Barry Litherland
Shadows Barry Troy
A Singular Pursuit Barry Troy
JFK Night Barry Troy
Tuning Bennett Elliott
Under New Management Bill Adelson
Poison Hands Bob Oosthuizen
The Fountain Bonnie Nelissen
You are too Old for Pastels Breid Sibley
13 Saint Lucifer Street Brendan Lawlor
Metaphrasis C S Mee
The Silencing Cait Atherton
Under the Woodbox Carly Roberts
Time Out Carol Jones
Sticks and Stones Caroline Bracken
Suck Caroline Grebbell
The Hill Caroline Greene
The Kate Moss Blues caroline Lambie
Thorn caroline Lambie
Is it so hard to say? Catherine Harris
Tom’s Shoes Catherine House
Jim- Boy Catherine Watkins
Clear Reflection Cathriona Slammon
Two Falls cb anderson
Finding Finnegan Celia Reynolds
The Break-in Cerian Griffiths
These Are The Things chris connolly
katzenjammer chris connolly
Eye of the beholder Christian Cook
Tiny Little Things claire black
That It Would Not Come Claire Harnett
Somewhere In Between Clare Le May
Missing Persons Clare Le May
This Empty House Colin Burns
A Fair Account Conor Keane
The First Rains of August conor mcmanus
Strawberry Picking Corinne Fowler
The Fat Girl and The Octopus Cristina Galvin
The Boy Csilla Toldy
Bringing Him Home Cynthia Hyde
Jig Daniel Finnegan
Bethesda David Armstrong
Get, Get Over It David Lewis
And I Am The Arrow David Salter
Here, Inside the Volcano David Strickland
Gifted Dawn Lowe
A Little Trouble with the Spirits Deborah Cameron
The Workings of Things Declan Hannigan
The Professional Dianne Hagan
Red As Little Drugger’s Mustang DOLORES WALSHE
Sweet Night Doreen Duffy
Crossing the Rip Dorothy Johnston
Smartphone Edward Young
Something Pretty, Something Nice Elaine McCluskey
Wisewoman Elizabeth Kay
A Different Way of Walking Elizabeth Pepper
When We Lived on Ferry Road Emily Cleaver
Sleeptalking Emily Sullivan
Live where the real winds blow Ettie Holland
Press Button ‘A’ Eoin Devereaux
Dyet Martoz Eva Lomski
By the Light of the Moon Eve Vamvas
The Sweet Smell of Death Fiona Drury
Life-Streamers Fleur Smithwick
The Anatomy of a Touch Fleur Smithwick
The Price of Perfection Frances Kenny
Nosebleed Frank Cossa
The Invisible Minaret Fraser Robinson
Playing Out Gary Quinn
In Space Gavin Weston
Axe+Head=Dead George Filip
For the love of General GEORGE PAVLOU
Some Days Even the Goldfish…. Georgina Eddison
Sin Georgina Eddison
Yana Georgina Eddison
The Night Shift Gerry McKeague
Township Jazz Gerry McKeague
Surfing in St Ives Gillian Bowman
Last Girl Against the Wall Graham Tugwell
Full of Grace Grainne Murphy
The Rose Seller of St Petersburg Guinevere Glasfurd-Brown
What We’re Facing Gwen Tener
Corporation Man Harold Mally
Cows and Consolation Helen Christine Geoghegan
Watermark Helen Newdick
A Savage Place Hilary Lloyd
Dubious Connections Iain Napier
Redemption Ian Bowrey
Flashing Lights Ian Humphreys
An Ancient-World Excuse-Me Ian Madden
Sweet Ladies of Bedminster Down Ian Madden
Mr Butterfill’s Misdemeanours Ian Madden
The Last Resort Isa Moynihan
Cafe in the Hills Isabel Turvey
Candles Jack Timlin
The Turnip Flower Jacqueline Corcoran
One for hello, one for goodbye Jacqueline P Haskell
Sweet Table Jamaica Baldwin
Callbird. James Martyn Joyce
Cartoon Super Girl Jane Seaford
Subterranean Ghost Station Blues Jane Williamson
Is It Sunday Yet? Janet Swinney
Don’t Flinch Janine Mikosza
Jack the Hat Jeff Price
Red House Jenni Lawson
An Accident Jennifer Bailey
‘A Sense of Obligation Jennifer Bailey
Olive Lovelock Decides Jenny Ackland
Cardamom Jessica Breheny
Suicide is Painless jessie cole
The Art of Patience Jill Kathryn Wilson
Knuckle Deep Jim Brennan
A Godless Prayer for the Feet Jo Ely
I Long 2B Close 2U Joanna Bury
Solid Orange Sea Joanna Campbell
She Gave Me Back the City Jody Callahan
July, 1930 Joe Golombek, Jr.
Big Boned Miracle John Biggs
Lashkar-Gar John de Holland
A Stroke of Genius John Karter
The Ascension of Ignatious Gilhooley John-Patrick Bell
Bear Country Blues John Van Kirk
Into The Water John-Randolph Thornton
There Was Nothing Else To Do Jonathan Carr
Rest Home Jonathan Maas
What’s Expected Jonathan McCabe
Laughing Man Jonathan Priest
I see no ships Jude Brown
The Big Blue Jude Brown
The Caravan Jude Higgins
What is a Faye Carlson? Julia Breens
Through the Window Juliana Feaver
Just Another Nothing Day Julie Hetherington
A Wild Mannered Country Julie Kearney
Places We Go julie-ann rowell
Who Are You Looking At, Medusa? Juliette Adair
Barn June Andrews
Origins Karen Ashe
The Ladies of Kensington Gore Karen Haggarty
Dirty Little Secret Karen Hollands
The Pretend Lake Karen Stevens
The Boy in the Dirty Trousers Kate Forlong
Shades of Deficit kathy mansfield
In the name of the cross we bear katya maddison
A Terrible Business katya maddison
The Courier Keith Spragg
The Worst Night Kelly Kavanaugh
Gold Cross Kieran Bates
In Their Song Kirstin Zhang
Behind the Open Windows Kristen-Paige Madonia
Death Waits for Picasso Kristina Amadeus
One Grey, please – with Stinkies Kristina Amadeus
The 9th Story Lara-Jo Taylor
Bosphorus Blues Laura McVeigh
Arnold’s Emporium of Good Ideas Laura McVeigh
Holy Words Laurie Jacobs
Control Alt Delete Laurie Steed
The One that Got Away Lea Scott
Ordinary Time Lee Berg
Scattered Jack Lee Williams
An Errant Light Leona Cully
Oramorph Lesley Gray
Audition Leslie Rodd
Young Boat People Liam O’Reilly
Jacaranda Linda Brucesmith
The Lost Door Lindsay Fisher
Small Lisa Harding
06:54 – 09:42hrs Lisa Smithies
The Misunderstood Curse of Diego Villarreal Liz Tucker
The Zealot Plays King’s Cup Lolita De Palma
A Common Odor Louise Marburg
Finishing Lucas Jacob
Positional Asphyxia  Lucy Apps
Misappropriation Lucy Maxwell Scott
Someone is screaming Lucy Maxwell Scott
Appetites Maggie Ling
Rambutan! Mai Nardone
Rambutan! Mai Nardone
Out Along Lea Marjorie Kennedy
Prodigal Marjorie Kennedy
Raptor Marjorie Kennedy
HUNTING Marjorie Kennedy
The Beach Mark Arnold
Modern Love Mark Arnold
Stockholm Mark Arnold
BROKEN WINDOW Mark Gallacher
Frank and the Fly Mark Liddington
Butcher’s Creek Mark Smith
Found Dead Mary Dixon
Epiphany Mary Shiel
Loving Things Mary-Anne Bartlett
Red Belly Black Mary-Ellen Stringer
The Animals Tradition Matthew Pitt
The Last Real Emergency Maurice Greenberg
In the Hammam McKay McFadden
Dark and Light Meg Green
Fill the Dark Meghan Daniels
This is a Home Watch Area Melanie Amri
Nachman’s Christmas Melinda Mullins
Every Monkey has his Moment Michael Dugdale
I touched Justin Bieber Michael Marett-Crosby
Noting Nothing Michael Naghten Shanks
Stillwater Fishing michelle brock
Je Parle Francais Michelle Scorziello
Surface Tension Mike Murray
Slipping Into the Gene Pool Mike Tuohy
Co-Pilot Miles Salter
The Flag Burning Moharem El Gihani
Thunderhead Monica Garvey
The Fish Nadia Ibrashi
Dead Phone Natalka Burian
We Are Making a New World Nathan O’Donnell
The Writer and the Painter Nathan Senge
Dogfish Niamh Hamill
The Street That Said No Nicholas Hancock
Train to Kings Cross Nick Leach
The American Farmer Nick Walsh
Last Night in Cleary Nicole Walsh
Gamewidow Niyati Keni
Parents Noel King
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The Backpacker Oana Aristide
Voyeurs Paddy Doherty
Harold’s Egg Pam Poole
Maud Gonne Patricia Begley
If All The World Were Mine Patricia Brieschke
Just Dessert Patricia Fenn
Keep Talking, Son Patricia Fenn
The Forty Club patricia jackson
Foundlings Paul Currion
The Citadel Paul David Adkin
At The Vanishing Lake Paul McMichael
Better the Devil Paula Fusco
In the Frame Penny Simpson
Monkey Peter Howard
One night in Ballinamore Peter Murphy
Freddie Mercury’s Anniversary Phyl Herbert
Something to Regret in the Morning Philip Brewster
The Dream Phyllis Mahfoud
A Waste of Space Phyllis Mahfoud
The Other Ones Pippa Gaubert
The Time Garden Pippa Gaubert
The Seal Wife Polis Loizou
The End and the Beginning of Jason Wilkins Rachel Elliott
The Unforeseeable Future Rajith Savanadasa
Bar Girl Rebecca Hayman
Noticing Pigeon Feathers Rebecca Swirsky
The Five Truths of Manhood Rebekah Clarkson
Too Much Of Nothing Reece Choules
Wasteland of the Free Renesh Lakhan
The Homecoming  Rhys Timson
Say Hello to Ravi Richard Bond
Man of the House Richard Purcell
Downpour Richard Scarsbrook
The Tiger Cow Robert Dailey
Baggage Claim Robert Saul
Theft of Services Robin Samu
London Rona May Bryan
Disappearer Ronan Carton
Downpour Ronan Lucy
Degrees Of Separation Rosemary Dun
A Dish Best Served Cold Rosie Cowan
A Different Perspective Rosie Cowan
Tender to the Shore Rupert Jenkins
Hyacinth and Me Ruth Davis
The Right Place Ruth Hayhurst
Lost Ryan Power
Blood Saffron Marchant
Staring Match Safia Shah
They Will Love Me Again Saleem Haddad
The Airstream Sallie Bingham
That will be an end to it Sally Bramley
The Nut Machine Sally Franicevich
9th and Pine, 1989 Sam Sudar
The Beauty of the Word Bloom Sam Sudar
The Life of a House Sam Sudar
Fandango sandra bordigoni
Voices at Dark Scott Kauffman
Luck Can Be Like a Woman Scott Kauffman
Leave it to Bertie Sean McCann
Orient Point Light Sheila MacAvoy
The Night Song Sid Tafler
Fred’s Ma Sinead Hamill
Mortal Sins sinead roarty
Baba Borka Sofia Stambolieva
EASY MEAT Stan Myers
Partitions Stephanie Scott
The driver Stephen Dineen
The feeling of rightness Stephen Flanagan
The Alpha Male Steve Finan
Eva’s Forearm Steve Walsh
Escape Stewart Legg
At the Turning of the Tide Stuart Tallack
I Think I’m Going to Die Today Susan Arscott
Lillian Walsh Susan Daniels
Two Views Through the Looking Glass Susan Lynch
The house of the fallen women Suzanne O’Sullivan
Heaven Came Down Talya Boerner
Aswim Thomas Delaney
A Little Bread and Water Thomas Froese
Atlantic Blue Tim Rowe
Safi Toby Vaughan
SNOW Tom Murray
Birthday Boy Tony Linkson
A Skilled Practitioner Valerie Ryan
And It Begins Vic Heath
Break In Attempt No. 1 Victoria Guest
Crooked Arc Wayne O’Keeffe
The Other Room Wendy Brandmark
I Eat People Will Davis
The Trade wolfgang eulitz
K-Holing Xanthi Barker
Horse Yoshino Funaki
Teppoudama; A Bullet Yuki Ogura

Fish Books

Fish Anthology 2024

Fish Anthology 2024

Vivid, astute, gripping, evocative. These stories utterly transported me. – Sarah Hall (Short Story)

In the landscape of emotion and folly, Flash writers are a fearless lot – these stories prove it. – Michelle Elvy (Flash Fiction)

… combining the personal and particular with the universal, each touching in surprising ways … experiences that burn deep, that need to be told. – Sean Lusk (Memoir)

Strong poems. First place is a poem I wish I’d written! – Billy Collins (Poetry)

Fish Anthology 2023

Fish Anthology 2023

… a showcase of disquiet, tension, subversion and surprise …
so many skilled pieces … gem-like, compressed and glinting, little worlds in entirety that refracted life and ideas … What a joy!
– Sarah Hall

… memoirs pinpointing precise
feelings of loss and longing and desire.
– Sean Lusk

What a pleasure to watch these poets’ minds at work, guiding us this way and that.
– Billy Collins


Fish Anthology 2022

‘… delightful, lively send-up … A vivid imagination is at play here, and a fine frenzy is the result.’ – Billy Collins
‘… laying frames of scenic detail to compose a lyric collage … enticing … resonates compellingly. … explosive off-screen drama arises through subtly-selected detail. Sharp, clever, economical, tongue-in-cheek.’ – Tracey Slaughter

Fish Anthology 2021

Fish Anthology 2021

Brave stories of danger and heart and sincerity.
Some risk everything outright, some are desperately quiet, but their intensity lies in what is unsaid and off the page.
These are brilliant pieces from bright, new voices.
A thrill to read.
~ Emily Ruskovich

Fish Anthology 2020

Fish Anthology 2020

I could see great stretches of imagination. I saw experimentation. I saw novelty with voice and style. I saw sentences that embraced both meaning and music. ~ Colum McCann


Fish Anthology 2019

These glorious pieces have spun across the globe – pit-stopping in Japan, the Aussie outback, Vancouver, Paris, Amsterdam and our own Hibernian shores – traversing times past, present and imagined future as deftly as they mine the secret tunnels of the human heart. Enjoy the cavalcade. – Mia Gallagher

Fish Anthology 2019

Fish Anthology 2018

The standard is high, in terms of the emotional impact these writers managed to wring from just a few pages. – Billy O’Callaghan

Loop-de-loopy, fizz, and dazzle … unique and compelling—compressed, expansive, and surprising. – Sherrie Flick

Every page oozes with a sense of place and time. – Marti Leimbach

Energetic, dense with detail … engages us in the act of seeing, reminds us that attention is itself a form of praise. – Ellen Bass

Fish Anthology 2017

Fish Anthology 2017

Dead Souls has the magic surplus of meaning that characterises fine examples of the form – Neel Mukherjee
I was looking for terrific writing of course – something Fish attracts in spades, and I was richly rewarded right across the spectrum – Vanessa Gebbie
Really excellent – skilfully woven – Chris Stewart
Remarkable – Jo Shapcott


Fish Anthology 2016

The practitioners of the art of brevity and super-brevity whose work is in this book have mastered the skills and distilled and double-distilled their work like the finest whiskey.

Sunrise Sunset by Tina Pisco

Sunrise Sunset

€12  (incl. p&p)   Sunrise Sunset by Tina Pisco Read Irish Times review by Claire Looby Surreal, sad, zany, funny, Tina Pisco’s stories are drawn from gritty experience as much as the swirling clouds of the imagination.  An astute, empathetic, sometimes savage observer, she brings her characters to life. They dance themselves onto the pages, […]

Fish Anthology 2015

Fish Anthology 2015

How do we transform personal experience of pain into literature? How do we create and then chisel away at those images of others, of loss, of suffering, of unspeakable helplessness so that they become works of art that aim for a shared humanity? The pieces selected here seem to prompt all these questions and the best of them offer some great answers.
– Carmen Bugan.

Fish Anthology 2014

Fish Anthology 2014

What a high standard all round – of craft, imagination and originality: and what a wide range of feeling and vision.
Ruth Padel

I was struck by how funny many of the stories are, several of them joyously so – they are madcap and eccentric and great fun. Others – despite restrained and elegant prose – managed to be devastating. All of them are the work of writers with talent.
Claire Kilroy

Fish Anthology 2013

Fish Anthology 2013

The writing comes first, the bottom line comes last. And sandwiched between is an eye for the innovative, the inventive and the extraordinary.


Fish Anthology 2012

A new collection from around the globe: innovative, exciting, invigorating work from the writers and poets who will be making waves for some time to come. David Mitchell, Michael Collins, David Shields and Billy Collins selected the stories, flash fiction, memoirs and poems in this anthology.


Fish Anthology 2011

Reading the one page stories I was a little dazzled, and disappointed that I couldn’t give the prize to everybody. It’s such a tight format, every word must count, every punctuation mark. ‘The Long Wet Grass’ is a masterly bit of story telling … I still can’t get it out of my mind.
– Chris Stewart


Fish Anthology 2010

The perfectly achieved story transcends the limitations of space with profundity and insight. What I look for in fiction, of whatever length, is authenticity and intensity of feeling. I demand to be moved, to be transported, to be introduced into other lives. The stories I have selected for this anthology have managed this. – Ronan Bennett, Short Story Judge.


Fish Anthology 2009 – Ten Pint Ted

I sing those who are published here – they have done a very fine job. It is difficult to create from dust, which is what writers do. It is an honour to have read your work. – Colum McCann


Fish Anthology 2008 – Harlem River Blues

The entries into this year’s Fish Short Story Prize were universally strong. From these the judges have selected winners, we believe, of exceptional virtue. – Carlo Gebler


Fish Anthology 2007

I was amazed and delighted at the range and quality of these stories. Every one of them was interesting, well-written, beautifully crafted and, as a short-story must, every one of them focused my attention on that very curtailed tableau which a short-story necessarily sets before us. – Michael Collins


Fish Anthology 2006 – Grandmother, Girl, Wolf and Other Stories

These stories voice all that is vibrant about the form. – Gerard Donovan. Very short stories pack a poetic punch. Each of these holds its own surprise, or two. Dive into these seemingly small worlds. You’ll come up anew. – Angela Jane Fountas


All the King’s Horses – Anthology of Historical Short Stories

Each of the pieces here has been chosen for its excellence. They are a delightfully varied assortment. More than usual for an anthology, this is a compendium of all the different ways that fiction can succeed. I invite you to turn to ‘All the King’s Horses’. The past is here. Begin.
– Michel Faber


Fish Anthology 2005 – The Mountains of Mars and Other Stories

Literary anthologies, especially of new work, act as a kind of indicator to a society’s concerns. This Short Story collection, such a sharp and useful enterprise, goes beyond that. Its internationality demonstrates how our concerns are held in common across the globe. – Frank Delaney


Fish Anthology 2004 – Spoonface and Other Stories

From the daily routine of a career in ‘Spoonface’, to the powerful, recurring image of a freezer in ‘Shadow Lives’. It was the remarkable focus on the ordinary that made these Fish short stories such a pleasure to read. – Hugo Hamilton


Feathers & Cigarettes

In a world where twenty screens of bullshit seem to be revolving without respite … there is nothing that can surpass the ‘explosion of art’ and its obstinate insistence on making sense of things. These dedicated scribes, as though some secret society, heroically, humbly, are espousing a noble cause.
– Pat McCabe


Franklin’s Grace

It’s supposed to be a short form, the good story, but it has about it a largeness I love. There is something to admire in all these tales, these strange, insistent invention. They take place in a rich and satisfying mixture of places, countries of the mind and heart. – Christopher Hope


Asylum 1928

There are fine stories in this new anthology, some small and intimate, some reaching out through the personal for a wider, more universal perspective, wishing to tell a story – grand, simple, complex or everyday, wishing to engage you the reader. – Kate O’Riodan


Five O’Clock Shadow

I feel like issuing a health warning with this Fish Anthology ­ these stories may seriously damage your outlook – Here the writers view the world in their unique way, and have the imagination, talent, and the courage to refine it into that most surprising of all art forms ­ the short story. – Clem Cairns.


From the Bering Strait

Every story in this book makes its own original way in the world. knowing which are the telling moments, and showing them to us. And as the narrator of the winning story casually remarks, ‘Sometimes its the small things that amaze me’ – Molly McCloskey


Scrap Magic

The stories here possess the difference, the quirkiness and the spark. They follow their own road and their own ideas their own way. It is a valuable quality which makes this collection a varied one. Read it, I hope you say to yourself like I did on many occasions, ‘That’s deadly. How did they think of that?’ – Eamonn Sweeney


Dog Day

Really good short stories like these, don’t read like they were written. They read like they simply grew on the page. – Joseph O’Connor


The Stranger

The writers in this collection can write short stories . . . their quality is the only thing they have in common. – Roddy Doyle


The Fish Garden

This is the first volume of short stories from Ireland’s newest publishing house. We are proud that fish has enabled 15 budding new writers be published in this anthology, and I look forward to seeing many of them in print again.


12 Miles Out – a novel by Nick Wright

12 Miles Out was selected by David Mitchell as the winner of the Fish Unpublished Novel Award.
A love story, thriller and historical novel; funny and sad, uplifting and enlightening.


Altergeist – a novel by Tim Booth

You only know who you can’t trust. You can’t trust the law, because there’s none in New Ireland. You can’t trust the Church, because they think they’re the law. And you can’t trust the State, because they think they’re the Church And most of all, you can’t trust your friends, because you can’t remember who they were anymore.


Small City Blues numbers 1 to 51 – a novel by Martin Kelleher

A memoir of urban life, chronicled through its central character, Mackey. From momentary reflections to stories about his break with childhood and adolescence, the early introduction to the Big World, the discovery of romance and then love, the powerlessness of ordinary people, the weaknesses that end in disappointment and the strengths that help them seek redemption and belonging.


The Woman Who Swallowed the Book of Kells – Collection of Short Stories by Ian Wild

Ian Wild’s stories mix Monty Python with Hammer Horror, and the Beatles with Shakespeare, but his anarchic style and sense of humour remain very much his own in this collection of tall tales from another planet. Where else would you find vengeful organs, the inside story of Eleanor Rigby, mobile moustaches, and Vikings looting a Cork City branch of Abracababra?


News & Articles

Fish Anthology 2024

Fish Anthology 2024 LAUNCH

11th June 2024
Monday 15th July at 6:30 Marino (Old Methodist) Church Bantry, West Cork, Ireland FREE ENTRY   The Launch of the Fish Anthology 2024 is being held in this charming old methodist church. Many of the authors published in the Anthology will be reading from their work, so come along to get a sample of  the […]

Poetry Prize 2024: Results

15th May 2024
  Winners Short-list Long-list     Here are the winners of the Fish Poetry Prize 2024, selected by Billy Collins, to be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. Below you will find short biographies of the winners and the Long and Short Lists. From all of us at Fish we congratulate the poets whose poems […]

Short Story Prize 2023/24: RESULTS

10th April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   On behalf of all of us at Fish, congratulations to all of you who made the long and the short-lists.  Apologies for the delay in this announcement. The 10 winners will be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. The launch will be during the West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, Ireland – […]

Flash Fiction Prize 2024: RESULTS

10th April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   From all of us at Fish, thank you for entering your flashes. Congratulations to the writers who  were short or long-listed, and in particular to the 11 winners whose flash stories will be published in the Fish Anthology 2024. The launch will be during the West Cork Literary Festival, Bantry, Ireland […]

Short Memoir Prize 2024: RESULTS

1st April 2024
Winners Short-list Long-list   On behalf of all of us at Fish, we congratulate the 10 winners who’s memoir made it into the Fish Anthology 2024 (due to be launched in July ’24 at the West Cork Literary Festival), and to those writers who made the long and short-lists, well done too.  Thank you to Sean […]

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