I'm delighted to see my winning flash fiction piece, Tying the Boats, published in Bath Flash Fiction's latest anthology, The Lobsters Run Free. The book was launched in the UK last week and is available to purchase on their site. There's 135 separate pieces, from all over the world, all gleaned from the long lists of last year's Bath Flash Fiction contests. There's some fantastic fiction in it (and the cover looks great). I really liked Sharon Tefler's piece, A Seven-Step Recovery Programme Following Loss. "The house fills with absence like a slow-run bath." Great work.
You can buy the book via this link:
Amanda O'Callaghan is an award-winning writer of short stories and flash fiction. She has been published and won awards in Australia, Ireland and the UK.
Queensland Literary Fellowship
I am honoured to have been one of three recipients of a Queensland Writers Fellowship (2016). Congratulations to my fellow awardees: Trent Jamieson and Pamela Rushby