A short story for May: ‘America.’ A father is moved to self-examination when he learns that his daughter has been having an affair. Published in Reasoning: Twenty Stories.
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B.A. (Hons), M.A., Ph.D.
Author: Reasoning: Twenty Stories, For His Warriors: Thirty Stories, Prayer at the End: Twenty-Three Stories
Editor: Dangerous Asylums: Stories from Denbigh Mental Hospital Told by Leading Welsh Writers
Translator: Going South: The Stories of Richard Hughes Williams,
Hallowe’en in the Cwm: The Stories of Glasynys (forthcoming)
Artistic Convener, North Wales Mental Health Research Project
Member by Election, The Welsh Academy
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