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James Edgecombe

James Edgecombe

James Edgecombe lives with his wife Yuko, and their two children, Rintaro and Hinako, on the edge of Dartmoor National Park in southwest Devon. Having lived and taught in Hokkaido, Japan, he is currently Plymouth University's Writer in Residence, where he is also assistant editor of Short Fiction: the Visual Literary Journal. The tension between the visual and written arts has long fascinated him.

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The Novella Award

Until 5pm April 29th, The Novella Award will be receiving your submissions. Prizes for the 2016 award are £1000 and publication with Sandstone Press. This year we are absolutely delighted...

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Next Clockwork Orange sought for The Novella Award

An international novella writing competition, aiming to find a short novel to rival Hemingway's The Old Man of the Sea or Burgess's A Clockwork Orange, is this year being hosted...