British writer Tom Vowler's story collection, The Method, won the Scott Prize in 2010 and the Edge Hill Readers' Prize in 2011. His debut novel, What Lies Within, is set on the uplands of Dartmoor, and his second, That Dark Remembered Day, is out now. Tom is an associate lecturer at Plymouth University, where he's studying for a PhD. Represented by Ed Victor, he's editor of the literary journal Short FICTION and occasional all-rounder for the Authors Cricket XI.
'Vowler is not afraid to be new, to be dangerous with it and flaunt his talent.'
The Short Review
~ Narrative and Setting workshop at Coleridge Cottage. Book a place here.
~ 'Banging Che Guevara' forthcoming in Prole Magazine.
~ Interview with The Short Story.
~ 'At the Musée d'Orsay' in The Southword Journal. Click here to read.
~ 'Dazzling the Gods' published in first issue of The Lonely Crowd.
~ Extract of That Dark Remembered Day recorded for Literature Works. Listen here.
~ 'The Offspring Badge' published in Litro Magazine (online). Click link to read.
~ Speaker at New Writers Conference. Tickets here.
~ 'Debt' placed 3rd in Bristol Short Story Prize.
~ Launch of Short FICTION 8. Details here.
~ Short story workshop - Plymouth International Book Festival. Places available here.
~ Appearance on Radio Cornwall. 3.30pm. Tune in here.
~ Judge for Literature Works 'First Page Writing Prize.' Results here.
~ Book signing - Barnstaple Library. 11.30am. More here.
~ Appearance on Radio Devon. 10am. Tune in here.
~ Event at Penzance Literary Festival: 'Landscape and Narrative.' More here.
~ 'Words & Wine'. Reading and talk at Bideford Library. Details here.