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Space Crone Prize Shortlist: Kerry Andrew

We are delighted to share King Kenry by Kerry Andrew, one of four shortlisted stories of The Space Crone Prize for speculative and science short fiction. The special one-off prize, established by Silver Press in collaboration with The Ursula K. Le Guin Literary Trust, celebrated the publication of Space Crone by Ursula K. Le Guin, a selection of writings edited by So Mayer and Sarah Shin. 


Space Crone Prize Shortlist: Bethany Williams

We are delighted to share In/To by Bethany Williams, one of four shortlisted stories of The Space Crone Prize for speculative and science short fiction. The special one-off prize, established by Silver Press in collaboration with The Ursula K. Le Guin Literary Trust, celebrated the publication of Space Crone by Ursula K. Le Guin, a selection of writings edited by So Mayer and Sarah Shin. 

The winner and shortlist were announced...


Space Crone Prize Shortlist: Fin Taylor

We are delighted to share Dancing in the Maw of an Other by Fin Taylor, one of four shortlisted stories of The Space Crone Prize for speculative and science short fiction. The special one-off prize, established by Silver Press in collaboration with The Ursula K. Le Guin Literary Trust, celebrated the publication of Space Crone by Ursula K. Le Guin, a selection of writings edited by So Mayer and Sarah Shin. 


The Space Crone Prize: Read the winners and shortlist!

Image: Ben Rivers, Still from Look then Below, 2019. Courtesy the artist.

We are delighted to announce the winners of The Space Crone Prize for speculative and science short fiction. The special one-off prize, established by Silver Press in collaboration with The Ursula K. Le Guin Literary Trust, celebrated the publication of Space Crone by Ursula K. Le Guin, a selection of writings edited...


Zong! Fifteenth Anniversary Edition

 

Late but very much on time, we are delighted to welcome the fifteenth anniversary edition of Zong! As Told to the Author by Setaey Adamu Boateng. It was at times a very difficult — but always rewarding — journey for everyone involved in bringing this edition to the public. We stopped, started, stopped again, working always to speak truly, to listen, to hear and to walk the difficult walk that all change entails. We understand better now how ‘Zong! makes its own weather’ and we, everyone involved in this task,...