Tom Vowler is an award-winning novelist and short story writer living in the UK. A university lecturer with a PhD in creative writing, his work has featured on BBC radio and been translated into multiple languages. His forthcoming book is a collection of flash fiction and he is currently writing a memoir.
Vowler's writing overflows with empathy, sensuality and arresting imagery. Banshee
Every Seventh Wave is a tale of the fates we tether ourselves to, how seemingly benign encounters can provoke both hope and devastation.
News / Events
- A Personal Anthology - curated favourite stories. Read here.
- Story 'Ghost Rock' forthcoming in Banshee #16.
- 'Salvage' published in Barely South Review. Read here.
- 'Weltschmerz' published at Fictive Dream. Read here.
- Short story 'Gonna be a Poet' published in New Flash Fiction Review.
- 'Tuition' - (very) short story up at Ink, Sweat and Tears. Read here.
- Micro-fiction 'Accordion' featured in Fictive Dream. Read here.
- 'The Music Makers' finalist in the Oxford Flash fiction Prize.
- Micro fiction 'Bees' featured at Litro. Read here.
- Short story 'Ghost Writer' broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
- Story 'Triptych' featured in forthcoming issue of Seaborne Magazine.
- 'The Trajectory of Birds' - micro-fiction in Issue 6 of Splonk. Read here.
- 'Redefining our literary relationship with the ocean' - read here.
- Interviewed by Kat Savage for The Brave Moment. Listen here.
- Dazzling the Gods shortlisted for an International Rubery Award.
- Poacher turned gamekeeper: the dark art of editing.
- Interviewed in The Lonely Crowd. Read here.
- Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Prize.
- 'P is for Peregrine' - essay in the Wales Arts Review.
- 'Art as response to atrocity' - on writing 'The Grandmaster of Gaza'.
Read a review of Every Seventh Wave here.