Have you ever wondered what our writers and actors do once they've worked with us? Wonder no more! Here are some of the latest triumphs of past Liars' League authors.
Nora Nadjarian’s short story "Sparrow" was shortlisted in the Sean O' Faolain short story competition 2010 and her micro-novel The Republic of Love was published by Blue Print Press in the summer of 2010. A bilingual English-German edition of selected poems, published by Hochroth Publishers in 2010 is available here.
Her short story "Exhibition" was selected for inclusion in the anthology "Best European Fiction 2011" edited by Aleksandar Hemon and published by Dalkey Archive Press. A chapbook of her short stories is forthcoming from Folded Word (USA) in 2011.
She blogs at http://www.bettyboopinspired.blogspot.com/
Cally Taylor’s debut novel, a supernatural romantic-comedy called Heaven Can Wait, was published in October 2009 (Orion Books). Her second novel, Happiness Ever After, will be published in September 2011.
In August, Unbound Press published Brindley Hallam Dennis’ That's What Ya Get! Kowalski's Assertions, a collection of short stories told by his character Kowalski. His short novel, A Penny Spitfire, is due out from Pewter Rose Press in March 2011.
Maire Cooney’s short story “The White Rabbit” has been selected from 255 entries as the winner of the 2010 Raymond Carver Short Story contest
This year, Jonathan Pinnock was was shortlisted in the Fish, Bristol and Sean O'Faolain short story prizes and also shortlisted in the Bridport poetry prize. He also had a story broadcast on BBC Radio 4 as part of their "Opening Lines" series. Finally, his novel Mrs Darcy versus the Aliens is being published by Proxima Books (part of Salt Publishing) in September 2011.