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 A.M. Heath, he's co-editor of the literary journal Short FICTION and occasional all-rounder for the Authors Cricket XI.
'Tom Vowler is a writer, if there's any justice in the world, who's going places.'
19.07.14 - Hosting dinner at Theakstons Crime Festival, Harrogate. Details here.
16.07.14 - Event at Penzance Literary Festival: 'Landscape and Narrative.' More here.
19.06.14 - Launch of That Dark Remembered Day, Waterstones, Drake Circus, Plymouth. 6pm.
16.05.14 - Appearance at Crimefest. Details here.
01.05.14 - Story to feature in The Simple Things magazine.
15.03.14 - Competition judge for Young Writers' Awards Ceremony, Falmouth University. More here.
23.02.14 - What Lies Within makes longlist for Waverton Good Read Prize. Details here.
21.02.14 - Oxted Literary Festival - short story panel discussion / competition judge. Details here.
10.12.13 - Appearance on Phonic FM's 'The Mighty Book'. 10am. Details here.
27.11.13 - English Research Seminar, Plymouth University: 'Mining narrative from writings on the natural world'
6.11.13 - Plymouth International Book Festival, 'Setting the Scene' - the importance of landscape in my fiction. Details here.
12.9.13 - Chapter in this guide to the short story.