Overheard: stories to read outloud
Overheard: stories to read outloud is a new anthology, edited by Jonathan Taylor, published by Salt. It includes my story, ‘Estranged and Unanticipated’, which is part of a series of stories I’m writing about a man called Richard. Buy direct from Salt here.
In The Flesh: Twenty Writers Explore the Body
In The Flesh is a collection of twenty essays on the subject of the body. Published in Canada by Brindle & Glass (you can buy direct from their website), this anthology was edited by Kathy Page and Lynne Van Luven. Kate’s essay, ‘A Serious Arteriopath’, is a memoir about the heart: the hearts of her parents, and her own heart.
A Curious Dream
A Curious Dream assembles stories from Kate Pullinger’s two previously published collections, as well as eight new works. The collection also includes two pieces of memoir, and introductions to her digital fiction, including her multi-award-winning digital story project, Inanimate Alice. Together the stories in this collection show Pullinger’‘s deft skill imagining a delightful range of characters in her compelling, honest prose.
Something Was There
Nothing was changed, nothing at all, and yet it began to seem to me that something was there ...Something Was There is the latest collection of short stories from the 2011 Asham Short Stories Award. This year’s theme is Ghosts and Gothic and the anthology includes commissioned stories by Naomi Alderman, Kate Clanchy, and Polly Samson. The anthology is edited by Kate Pullinger.
The Mistress of Nothing
Novel (paperback), WINNER OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL’S LITERARY AWARD FOR FICTION 2009, McArthur & Co (Can), Serpent’s Tail (UK)
‘A highly sensual evocation of place and time, Kate Pullinger’s The Mistress of Nothing is a journey down the Nile that explores the subtle complexities of power, race, class and love during the Victorian era. The book, narrated by the character of the maid, Sally Naldrett, has one of the most distinctive and memorable voices in recent literature.’
– GG Jury citation