Spill (some stories) by Giles Ward is published today. Stay tuned to our blog for Giles’s guest post, and feel free to read some excerpts from some of the short stories in the collection here, too.
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Released today, Spill (some stories) is a collection of short stories that range from the heart-warming to the bizarre and downright macabre.
These thirteen wonderful pieces of fiction started out as a series of pamphlets before being compiled together.
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These thirteen stories showcase Giles Ward’s brilliantly dark sense of humour along with his striking writing style. Just in time for Christmas, this collection provides nuggets of fiction perfect for escaping.
Spill (some stories)
Available: 1 Dec 2015
This short story compilation ranges from heart-warming comedy to ruminations on existence: from the bizarre to the eerily macabre. See weird and wonderful preserved exhibits in a dusty old museum, immerse yourself in the conversation at a dinner party, or step foot into Dr Grost’s office. This remarkable, thirteen-story collection, introduces a huge variety of engaging characters and showcases Ward’s trademark style and humour.