Me, me, me, a whole book of me

Some very good news. The enterprising, innovative and discerning Salt Publishing will be bringing out a collection of my short fiction later this year. The collection will contain a few stories you may have read, plus lots you haven’t (unless you know me very well indeed). It’s provisionally entitled The Scent of Cinnamon, after my O. Henry Prize Story (yes, I know you know…). I’m delighted to be in the company of such friends and fellow writers as Isobel Dixon, Katy Evans-Bush (Me and the Dead out next month!), John Wilkinson, Vanessa Gebbie, Anne Berkeley, Simon Barraclough, David Gaffney and a glittering host of others. What did they say about MGM having more stars than heaven? Well, move over, MGM.

In the second sentence of this post I originally wrote brining instead of bringing. How subliminally salty is that?

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6 Responses to Me, me, me, a whole book of me

  1. Jen HE says:

    Salt is delighted to have you, Charles — welcome aboard!Jx

  2. Charles!!! You little star you. Can’t wait to read this one, and congrats!Vanessa

  3. Thank you all very much! And this time I promise to have a launch in England as well, so we’ll all be able, finally, to meet…

  4. Chancelucky says:

    Congratulations Charles. I look forward to buying it.

  5. And I look forward to selling it! BTW, did you see Bill’s comment on Zoetrope about Little Monsters being available from Amazon US, at a very reasonable price…?

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