New short fiction at Pangyrus

June 29, 2021 § 2 Comments

Great to see my new short story, “The Tawny-Green Steppe,” up at the beautifully edited and produced Pangyrus literary magazine. The story, a reimagining of Charles Darwin’s adventures in Tierra del Fuego and the Argentine pampas, was shortlisted for the 2021 Fish International Short Story Prize.

My focus over these last few years has been on novels, so it’s wonderful to be back in the short fiction game. Link to full story here.

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§ 2 Responses to New short fiction at Pangyrus

  • phenomenal facts says:

    Amazing blog 😀☺️☺️

  • Carl says:

    Was looking for some takes regarding this topic and I found your article quite informative. Short Fiction stories opens doors for writers into other worlds. It will serve as a journey that can take them further than they could imagine while leading them to the right path.

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