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Success for Flambard Press author

David Almond’s short story, Slog’s Dad, has been shortlisted for this year’s National Short Story Prize. His story appears in the anthology So, What Kept You?, published by our client Flambard Press in September 2006. The National Short Story Prize is the largest award for a single short story in the world, with a prize of £15,000 for the winning story, £3,000 for the runner-up and £500 for the three other shortlisted stories. The winner will be announced on Monday 23rd April; meanwhile the shortlisted stories are being broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and you can hear Slog’s Dad at 3:30pm on Thursday 19th April.

Update (23rd April): Slog’s Dad was runner-up in the competition. Our congratulations to David Almond and to Flambard Press.

One Response to “Success for Flambard Press author”

  1. Cornwell Internet: I love my job » Blog Archive » Anne Fine shortlisted for Carnegie Medal Says:

    […] naturally pleased, particularly as this follows so closely on the news about David Almond’s short story Slog’s Dad being in the running for the National Short […]

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