The Clock Museum

The Clock Museum

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'Mrs Rosenfarb' was included in the anthology 'Final Flight', 2016, published by the Nottingham Writers' Studio, who give excellent support and advice to local writers in many ways.

I would like to thank Anne McDonnell for permission to use 'His Story', first published in 'Cello and other stories', Pewter Rose Press, 2008, and for all her help and encouragement at many different times.

'The Silver Rose' was published in the Southwell Folio magazine, Winter 2015, and 'The Clock Museum' appeared in the 2019 anthology '25', celebrating 25 years of Nottingham Trent University's MA in Creative Writing. Many thanks to both those publications and their editors.

I am very grateful to Matthew Pegg of Mantle Lane Press for permission to include here 'The Indus Seals' and 'Definition', which were published in the pocketbook 'A Change of Direction', 2019. 'The Indus Seals' was awarded second prize in the Exeter Short Story competition 2016, and is also available on their website.

I am also grateful to David Hambling for his help with various technical matters.

I would like to thank Andy Miller, Angela Barton, Gaynor Backhouse and Paul Anderson, the members of my wonderful and long-standing writing group, who have generously and expertly read and commented on the various versions of these stories.

And many thanks to the editors at Chaffinch Press for publishing this collection.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 150g
  • English
  • 1838402500
  • 9781838402501

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