British writer Tom Vowler's story collection, The Method, won the Scott Prize in 2010 and the Edge Hill Readers' Prize in 2011. His novels, What Lies Within and That Dark Remembered Day, received critical acclaim. Tom is an associate lecturer at Plymouth University, where he completed his PhD. Represented by Ed Victor, he's editor of the literary journal Short FICTION and occasional all-rounder for the Authors Cricket XI. His second collection of stories, Dazzling the Gods, is being crowdfunded here.
Vowler is not afraid to be new, to be dangerous with it and flaunt his talent.
THE SHORT REVIEW
- Short Story Masterclass at the North Cornwall Book Festival.
- 'There Are New Birthdays Now' - story in Head Land anthology.
- Reading at the Cork International Short Story Festival.
- 'An Arrangement' - story in Issue 3 of Banshee.
- 'Scene Forty-Seven' - flash fiction in the Wales Arts Review.
- 'The Twice Drowned Woman' - story in The Manchester Review.
- 'P is for Peregrine' - essay in the Wales Arts Review.
- 'Romi & Romina' runner-up in the Storgy Short Story Competition.
- Fiction in current Two Thirds North.
- Interview with The Short Story.
- 'Art as response to atrocity' - on writing 'The Grandmaster of Gaza'.
- Short Story Online Masterclass - sign up here.
- 'The Grandmaster of Gaza' in Issue 3 of The Lonely Crowd.
- 'Banging Che Guevara' published in Prole Magazine.
- 'At the Musée d'Orsay' in The Southword Journal. Click here to read.